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  • FIRST IN NEW JERSEY!
    New Post-Masters Program In Psychodynamic Counseling Partially Fulfills Clinical Requirements For State Licensure

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    Enhance your clinical skills — Learn innovative, Modern Psychoanalytic principles, theories, and techniques.

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Together training a new breed of mental health professionals.
BGSP-NJ and ACAP (Academy of Clinical and Applied Psychoanalysis ) offer graduate, post-graduate, certificate and Continuing Education classes in Psychodynamic Studies and Mental Health Counseling on our Livingston, NJ campus and through distance learning. ACAP and BGSP-NJ, have been continuously, nationally accredited by ABAP, the American Board for Accreditation in Psychoanalysis, since 1990.  Click here for a new student application for ACAP. Click here for a new student application for BGSP-NJ graduate programs.

Announcing our new, unique, Saturday program: iStrive — Supporting young adults, high functioning on the autism spectrum, who are aging out of most programs.
Now accepting applications from potential members.

Please join us |  Open House, June 25 @7pm at ACAP 
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2019
Fall semester begins September 4th
See events information below
Our Offerings
Our programs provide alternative paths to mental health careers, as well as courses meeting professional Continuing Education requirements. Many students from all backgrounds — educators, clergy, medical professionals, counselors, veterans and more — not seeking a degree or certification take classes to build clinical skills or for personal growth.

Click here to see course descriptions.

  
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Psychoanalytic Certificate
  
Earn state certification as a psychoanalyst. The program consists of academic coursework, supervised clinical practice and personal analysis to prepare students to enter the profession of psychoanalysis at the most advanced level.


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Masters Programs
  
Two Master of Arts degrees at ACAP’s Livingston, NJ campus – the Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling and the Master of Arts in Psychoanalysis is being offered through a partnership: A branch of the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis, BGSP-NJ. Now offering a 20% tuition discount to staff at mental health agencies.


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Continuing Ed/Workshops
  
Earn CEU/Continuing Education credits for Teachers, Nurses, MFT, Social Workers, Mental Health Counselors, and Psychologists in New Jersey.

Click here to see our CEU/Continuing Education credit offerings.


iStrive
  
Announcing our new, unique, Saturday program: iStrive — Supporting young adults, high functioning on the autism spectrum, who are aging out of most programs.


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One-Year Program | Modern Psychoanalytic Studies
  
An opportunity for clinical practitioners and professionals in various disciplines to enhance their clinical skills by introducing them to innovative, Modern Psychoanalytic principles, theories, and techniques in a one-year program.


Student Of The Month
  
Our student of the month series will highlight the tremendous diversity of academic backgrounds, life experiences, and cultural heritage of our current students and graduates.


Distance Learning
  
At ACAP, long distance learning is a method of participation in courses, classes, and supervision offered locally for individuals whose distance from the center would otherwise preclude them from training. Long distance learning has been offered at ACAP since 1995.  Current enrollees are in the U. S., Europe, Asia, and Australia.


Tuition Assistance
  
Now offering a 20% tuition discount to staff at mental health agencies on BGSP’s Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling.
Contact us to learn more!

Find out if you qualify for our Dircks Tuition Assistance Grant. Learn More>> 

  

  
ACAP and BGSP-NJ CE EVENTS/WORKSHOPS/SEMINARS
Click here to see our complete list of events/workshops/seminars and CE hour offerings!

Click here to see our June 2019 Clinical Supervision Courses.

Click here to see full CE information.

CE events can be attended remotely through video conference. Contact us for more information.

  
june

ACAP, And Video Conference  301 S. Livingston Avenue Livingston, NJ 07039  

Event Details
Wednesday, June 19 12:15-1:15 pm   Annette Vaccaro, Ed.D., LCSW, SCP, ATR-BC, ACS ACAP, 301 South Livingston Avenue, Livingston, NJ 07039 There is a $15 fee for the certificate (There

 
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Event Details
Wednesday, June 19

12:15-1:15 pm

Annette Vaccaro,
Ed.D., LCSW, SCP, ATR-BC, ACS
ACAP, 301 South Livingston Avenue, Livingston, NJ 07039
There is a $15 fee for the certificate
(There is a $15 fee for replacement certificates)
Bring your lunch. Bring a friend.
We do provide the ability to call in on Zoom.
These sessions will focus on private practice development. They will enable participants to get help in issues related to private practice, or to have an opportunity to talk about issues related to starting and maintaining work in private practice.
RSVP: [email protected] or 973-629-1005
Professionals and anyone from the community are Invited!
CEUs are available for many professions for a fee of $15.
Call for more information
Annette Vaccaro, Ed.D., LCSW, SCP,
ATR-BC, ACS is a psychoanalyst with a general practice in Livingston, NJ. She is Director of Curriculum and a grant writer supporting community mental health education for workers who serve vulnerable populations at The Academy of Clinical and Applied Psychoanalysis (ACAP). She has a specialty in clinical supervision within psychoanalysis, counseling, social work and art therapy. She received a doctorate from Argosy University.
 
Time
(Wednesday) 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm

 
Location
ACAP, And Video Conference

301 S. Livingston Avenue Livingston, NJ 07039


ACAP, And Video Conference  301 S. Livingston Avenue Livingston, NJ 07039  

Event Details
Earn 20 hours in Clinical Supervision $500  includes ethics (5) and cultural competency credits (5)   Saturday, June 22 - 8:00am - 6:30pm Sunday, June 23 - 8:00am - 6:30pm recognized by

 
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Event Details
Earn 20 hours in Clinical Supervision $500 

includes ethics (5) and cultural competency credits (5)  

Saturday, June 22 – 8:00am – 6:30pm

Sunday, June 23 – 8:00am – 6:30pm

recognized by CCE, the administrator of the ACS

Academy of Clinical and Applied Psychoanalysis (ACAP) is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (#5709) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet
NBCC requirements. ACAP is solely responsible for all aspects of the program.
Lunch will be provided.

Click here to download registration form.
Mail with payment to:
ACAP ,301 S.Livingston Ave.Second Floor, Livingston, NJ 07039
Checks made payable to ACAP.
For additional questions email [email protected] or call973-629-1002 or 973-629-7808
Clinical Supervision Course
This course will address the Supervisory roles and functions within a comparative framework using mental health models including:counseling, social work and psychoanalytic approaches. The course will begin defining the supervisory process and move into the dimensions that build the supervisee-supervisor relationship. Topics will address the historical, theoretical, practical,ethical and cultural aspects of supervisory work. The many functions of the supervisor are outlined such as case review,evaluation,supportive intervention,education,and professional growth.Additional areas of focus will be on a range of supervisory settings from agency to private practice,learning and teaching styles,the parallel process while supervising a range of settings and populations,leadership styles, supervisor self-care and countertransferencial reactions to the supervisee, handling conflicts, building and maintaining relationship with peers and treatment collaborations and working within the culture of an organization.A range of supervision modalities will be explored including group,individual,consultation and educational formats.
Integration of the models will build the participant’s identity and function as a supervisor. The course format is lecture, discussion,reading and experiential small group activities.
Ethical Issues in Clinical Supervision
This course focuses on practice and technique within a comparative framework within mental health models of supervision. The course will explore case examples stemming from various aspects of supervisory work with beginning to the experienced supervisor. The triadic relationship between the supervisor, supervisee and client will be defined through discussion of the application of technique to everyday supervisory challenges, reflecting a range of sites and settings. Participants are encouraged to bring their own case examples to integrate into the learning process.
The Influence of Culture in Clinical Supervision
The course will address the influence of culture on supervisory roles and functions within a comparative framework using mental health models including: counseling, social work and psychoanalytic approaches. The course will begin defining the supervisory process and move into the cultural dimensions that impact the supervisee-supervisor relationship and process. Topics will address the historical, practical, ethical, and cultural aspects of supervisory work. The course format is lecture, case review, reading and experiential small group activities.
CANCELLATION POLICY 

Deadline for cancellation with a full refund is Monday, June 17, 2019.

DISABILITIES AND COMPLAINTS

If you have a disability and need accommodations, please notify the ACAP main office at 973-629-1001 and instructor as early as possible.

Any participant with a complaint or grievance is encouraged to discuss it first with the Presenter; participants will receive the presenter’s phone and e-mail contacts for confidential consultation if necessary. “This course has been approved by NASW-NJ CE APPROVAL PROGRAM. If you are not satisfied with this program and have filed a grievance with the Academy of Applied and Clinical Psychoanalysis and are still not satisfied, please send your grievance in writing to NASW-NJ, Attn: Continuing Education Coordinator, 30 Silverline Drive, Suite 3, North Brunswick, NJ 08902 or visit “http://www.naswnj.org” and click the link to file a grievance or email [email protected]”.
 
Time
(Saturday) 8:00 am - 6:30 pm

 
Location
ACAP, And Video Conference

301 S. Livingston Avenue Livingston, NJ 07039


ACAP, And Video Conference  301 S. Livingston Avenue Livingston, NJ 07039  

Event Details
Earn 20 hours in Clinical Supervision $500  includes ethics (5) and cultural competency credits (5)   Saturday, June 22 - 8:00am - 6:30pm Sunday, June

 
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Event Details
Earn 20 hours in Clinical Supervision $500 

includes ethics (5) and cultural competency credits (5)  

Saturday, June 22 – 8:00am – 6:30pm

Sunday, June 23 – 8:00am – 6:30pm

 Apply towards the ATCS or the renewal of the ATR-BC

Academy of Clinical and Applied Psychoanalysis (ACAP) is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (#5709) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet
NBCC requirements. ACAP is solely responsible for all aspects of the program.
Lunch will be provided.

All training hours are applicable towards the educational requirements for the art therapy credentialed supervisor credential (ATCS) and maintenance of The Art Therapy Board Certification (BC)

Click here  to download registration form.
Mail with payment to:
ACAP ,301 S.Livingston Ave.Second Floor, Livingston, NJ 07039
Checks made payable to ACAP.
For additional questions email [email protected] or call973-629-1002 or 973-629-7808
All training hours are applicable towards the educational requirements for the art therapy credentialed supervisor credential (ATCS) and maintenance of The Art Therapy Board Certification (BC)
Clinical Supervision Course
This course will address the Supervisory roles and functions within a comparative framework using mental health models including:counseling, social work and psychoanalytic approaches. The course will begin defining the supervisory process and move into the dimensions that build the supervisee-supervisor relationship. Topics will address the historical, theoretical, practical,ethical and cultural aspects of supervisory work. The many functions of the supervisor are outlined such as case review,evaluation,supportive intervention,education,and professional growth.Additional areas of focus will be on a range of supervisory settings from agency to private practice,learning and teaching styles,the parallel process while supervising a range of settings and populations,leadership styles, supervisor self-care and countertransferencial reactions to the supervisee, handling conflicts, building and maintaining relationship with peers and treatment collaborations and working within the culture of an organization.A range of supervision modalities will be explored including group,individual,consultation and educational formats.
Integration of the models will build the participant’s identity and function as a supervisor. The course format is lecture, discussion,reading and experiential small group activities.
Ethical Issues in Clinical Supervision
This course focuses on practice and technique within a comparative framework within mental health models of supervision. The course will explore case examples stemming from various aspects of supervisory work with beginning to the experienced supervisor. The triadic relationship between the supervisor, supervisee and client will be defined through discussion of the application of technique to everyday supervisory challenges, reflecting a range of sites and settings. Participants are encouraged to bring their own case examples to integrate into the learning process.
The Influence of Culture in Clinical Supervision
The course will address the influence of culture on supervisory roles and functions within a comparative framework using mental health models including: counseling, social work and psychoanalytic approaches. The course will begin defining the supervisory process and move into the cultural dimensions that impact the supervisee-supervisor relationship and process. Topics will address the historical, practical, ethical, and cultural aspects of supervisory work. The course format is lecture, case review, reading and experiential small group activities.
CANCELLATION POLICY 

Deadline for cancellation with a full refund is Monday, June 17, 2019.

DISABILITIES AND COMPLAINTS

If you have a disability and need accommodations, please notify the ACAP main office at 973-629-1001 and instructor as early as possible.

Any participant with a complaint or grievance is encouraged to discuss it first with the Presenter; participants will receive the presenter’s phone and e-mail contacts for confidential consultation if necessary. “This course has been approved by NASW-NJ CE APPROVAL PROGRAM. If you are not satisfied with this program and have filed a grievance with the Academy of Applied and Clinical Psychoanalysis and are still not satisfied, please send your grievance in writing to NASW-NJ, Attn: Continuing Education Coordinator, 30 Silverline Drive, Suite 3, North Brunswick, NJ 08902 or visit “http://www.naswnj.org” and click the link to file a grievance or email [email protected]”.
 
Time
(Saturday) 8:00 am - 6:30 pm

 
Location
ACAP, And Video Conference

301 S. Livingston Avenue Livingston, NJ 07039


ACAP, And Video Conference  301 S. Livingston Avenue Livingston, NJ 07039  

Event Details
Earn 20 hours in Clinical Supervision $500  includes ethics (5) and cultural competency credits (5)   Saturday, June 22 - 8:00am - 6:30pm Sunday, June

 
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Event Details
Earn 20 hours in Clinical Supervision $500 

includes ethics (5) and cultural competency credits (5)  

Saturday, June 22 – 8:00am – 6:30pm

Sunday, June 23 – 8:00am – 6:30pm

Click here  to download registration form.
Mail with payment to:
ACAP ,301 S.Livingston Ave.Second Floor, Livingston, NJ 07039
Checks made payable to ACAP.
For additional questions email [email protected] or call973-629-1002 or 973-629-7808
All training hours are applicable towards the educational requirements for the art therapy credentialed supervisor credential (ATCS) and maintenance of The Art Therapy Board Certification (BC)
Clinical Supervision Course
This course will address the Supervisory roles and functions within a comparative framework using mental health models including:counseling, social work and psychoanalytic approaches. The course will begin defining the supervisory process and move into the dimensions that build the supervisee-supervisor relationship. Topics will address the historical, theoretical, practical,ethical and cultural aspects of supervisory work. The many functions of the supervisor are outlined such as case review,evaluation,supportive intervention,education,and professional growth.Additional areas of focus will be on a range of supervisory settings from agency to private practice,learning and teaching styles,the parallel process while supervising a range of settings and populations,leadership styles, supervisor self-care and countertransferencial reactions to the supervisee, handling conflicts, building and maintaining relationship with peers and treatment collaborations and working within the culture of an organization.A range of supervision modalities will be explored including group,individual,consultation and educational formats.
Integration of the models will build the participant’s identity and function as a supervisor. The course format is lecture, discussion,reading and experiential small group activities.
Ethical Issues in Clinical Supervision
This course focuses on practice and technique within a comparative framework within mental health models of supervision. The course will explore case examples stemming from various aspects of supervisory work with beginning to the experienced supervisor. The triadic relationship between the supervisor, supervisee and client will be defined through discussion of the application of technique to everyday supervisory challenges, reflecting a range of sites and settings. Participants are encouraged to bring their own case examples to integrate into the learning process.
The Influence of Culture in Clinical Supervision
The course will address the influence of culture on supervisory roles and functions within a comparative framework using mental health models including: counseling, social work and psychoanalytic approaches. The course will begin defining the supervisory process and move into the cultural dimensions that impact the supervisee-supervisor relationship and process. Topics will address the historical, practical, ethical, and cultural aspects of supervisory work. The course format is lecture, case review, reading and experiential small group activities.
CANCELLATION POLICY 

Deadline for cancellation with a full refund is Monday, June 17, 2019.

DISABILITIES AND COMPLAINTS

If you have a disability and need accommodations, please notify the ACAP main office at 973-629-1001 and instructor as early as possible.

Any participant with a complaint or grievance is encouraged to discuss it first with the Presenter; participants will receive the presenter’s phone and e-mail contacts for confidential consultation if necessary. “This course has been approved by NASW-NJ CE APPROVAL PROGRAM. If you are not satisfied with this program and have filed a grievance with the Academy of Applied and Clinical Psychoanalysis and are still not satisfied, please send your grievance in writing to NASW-NJ, Attn: Continuing Education Coordinator, 30 Silverline Drive, Suite 3, North Brunswick, NJ 08902 or visit “http://www.naswnj.org” and click the link to file a grievance or email [email protected]”.
 
Time
(Saturday) 8:00 am - 6:30 pm

 
Location
ACAP, And Video Conference

301 S. Livingston Avenue Livingston, NJ 07039


ACAP, And Video Conference  301 S. Livingston Avenue Livingston, NJ 07039  

Event Details
20 hour Clinical Supervision Course, $450 includes ethics (5 CEUS) and cultural competency credits (5 CEUS) Approved by the NJ Social Work Examiners Board   Saturday, June 22 - 8:00am – 6:30pm Sunday, June 23

 
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Event Details
20 hour Clinical Supervision Course, $450

includes ethics (5 CEUS) and cultural competency credits (5 CEUS)
Approved by the NJ Social Work Examiners Board

Saturday, June 22 – 8:00am – 6:30pm

Sunday, June 23 – 8:00am – 6:30pm

Lunch will be provided

 

Just need Ethics and Culture?

 

Half day $100    Full day $175

 

Sunday, June 23

 

8:00am – 1:00pm –Ethical Issues in Clinical Supervision

1:30pm – 6:30pm – The Influence of Culture in Clinical Supervision

Approved by the NASWNJ

 

Offerings may serve for Continuing Education, too!

 

Mail with payment to: ACAP, 301 S. Livingston Ave. Second Floor, Livingston, NJ 07039

Checks made payable to ACAP.

For additional questions email [email protected] or call 973-629-1002 or 973-629-7808

Click here to download registration form.
Mail with payment to:
ACAP ,301 S.Livingston Ave.Second Floor, Livingston, NJ 07039
Checks made payable to ACAP.
For additional questions email [email protected] or call973-629-1002 or 973-629-7808
Clinical Supervision Course

This course will address the Supervisory roles and functions within a comparative framework using mental health models including: counseling, social work and psychoanalytic approaches. The course will begin defining the supervisory process and move into the dimensions that build the supervisee-supervisor relationship. Topics will address the historical, theoretical, practical, ethical and cultural aspects of supervisory work. The many functions of the supervisor are outlined such as case review, evaluation, supportive intervention, education, and professional growth. Additional areas of focus will be on a range of supervisory settings from agency to private practice, learning and teaching styles, the parallel process while supervising a range of settings and populations, leadership styles, supervisor self-care and countertransference reactions to the supervisee, handling conflicts, building and maintaining relationship with peers and treatment collaborations and working within the culture of an organization. A range of supervision modalities will be explored including group, individual, consultation and educational formats.

Integration of the models will build the participant’s identity and function as a supervisor. The course format is lecture, discussion, reading and experiential small group activities.

Ethical Issues in Clinical Supervision
This course focuses on practice and technique within a comparative framework within mental health models of supervision. The course will explore case examples stemming from various aspects of supervisory work with beginning to the experienced supervisor. The triadic relationship between the supervisor, supervisee and client will be defined through discussion of the application of technique to everyday supervisory challenges, reflecting a range of sites and settings. Participants are encouraged to bring their own case examples to integrate into the learning process.

CANCELLATION POLICY

Deadline for cancellation with a full refund is Monday, June 17, 2019.

 

DISABILITIES AND COMPLAINTS

If you have a disability and need accommodations, please notify the ACAP main office at 973-629-1001 and instructor as early as possible. Any participant with a complaint or grievance is encouraged to discuss it first with the Presenter; participants will receive the presenter’s phone and e-mail contacts for confidential consultation if necessary. “This course has been approved by NASW-NJ CE APPROVAL PROGRAM. If you are not satisfied with this program and have filed a grievance with the Academy of Applied and Clinical Psychoanalysis and are still not satisfied, please send your grievance in writing to NASW-NJ, Attn: Continuing Education Coordinator, 30 Silverline Drive, Suite 3, North Brunswick, NJ 08902 or visit “http://www.naswnj.org” and click the link to file a grievance or email [email protected]“.

 
Time
(Saturday) 8:00 am - 6:30 pm

 
Location
ACAP, And Video Conference

301 S. Livingston Avenue Livingston, NJ 07039


ACAP, And Video Conference  301 S. Livingston Avenue Livingston, NJ 07039  

Event Details
Saturday, June 22 1:30 - 2:30pm ACAP- 301 S. Livingston Ave. Livingston, NJ Cost - $ 30

 
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Event Details
Saturday, June 22
1:30 – 2:30pm
ACAP- 301 S. Livingston Ave. Livingston, NJ
Cost – $ 30
APA, NBCC, and Social Workers are eligible for 1 CEU.
This one-hour presentation will provide an overview of the opioid class of drugs. The impact of opioid use as a current epidemic is described. Use of the DSM V to identify criteria for diagnosis will be reviewed when considering cases in which opioid use is present and treatment options presented.
Participants will increase knowledge of the following domains:
–  Historical and Current Day Opioids
–  The Scope of the Opioid epidemic
–  Criteria for Diagnosis of Addiction in Opioid Use, according to the DSM V
–   Treatment modalities
About the Presenter: The workshop will be presented by Eileen Gonzalez, LCSW,LCADC. Ms. Gonzalez is a Bilingual Licensed Clinician who works with Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services. Eileen holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Seton Hall University. She also holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Ms. Gonzalez obtained her clinical license in Social work and also a clinical license in Alcohol & Drug Counseling. She has worked in various settings which include child protection services, hospital setting, community mental health settings and private practice.
This workshop will be part of the June 22 – 23 Clinical Supervision.
The course will be for social workers, counselors, art therapist and psychologists. This can be applied towards ACS or ATCS and 20-hour SW certificate.
To register call Lori Feigenbaum at 973-629-1002 or email [email protected]
 
Time
(Saturday) 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

 
Location
ACAP, And Video Conference

301 S. Livingston Avenue Livingston, NJ 07039



Event Details
Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling (MAMHC) Master of Arts in Psychoanalysis (MAP) Certificate in Psychoanalysis ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR

 
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Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling (MAMHC)
Master of Arts in Psychoanalysis (MAP)
Certificate in Psychoanalysis
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2019
Fall semester begins September 4th
Your work with clients helps them grow so they can lead better lives. Though demanding, you know how fulfilling the job is. If you want to reach people struggling with emotional distress, psychoanalysis can give your clinical career new depth.
With the Master’s program you will:
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  • Learn to work effectively with difficult clinical resistances
  • Gain intensive clinical experience and supervision
  • Build a private practice or become established in clinical settings
  • Understand underlying foundations of destructive behavior
  • Explore strategies for resolving difficult cases
As you learn how to help others, you will better understand yourself as a change agent, and this will set you apart – it’s your clinical competitive advantage.
To register call Lori at 973-629-1002 or
 
Time
(Tuesday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Why us?
ACAP has had continued national accreditation, first from NAAP and then ABAP, since 1997.

  
Small classes – emphasize clinical expertise
Close mentoring & supervision for practice building
Integrated clinical experiences
No standardized testing, no GRE’s
Affordable tuition fees
  
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