From my knowledge of Graduate school they do not really pay for you, but there are grants and sometimes internships available . You will end up paying for some of the grants for several years. I would suggest that each college has some financial benefits for their students and the best idea I have is for you to do some research on colleges that you are interested in and ask about the financial aspect of graduate school. Sometimes you can get some scholarships, but the only people that might be able to answer that question is the financial aid dept. or sometimes counselors have inside information on this topic. Example: My daughter went back to grad school at the same college she went to for her BA degree. She did not have to take as many classes as others because she had already taken some, and they gave her a small amount of money for her grad program. So I would think you would want to make your first stop on the campus that you graduated from. It is important to do some research for the schools you are interested in because each school might have different rules for their Psychology Program.