Nova University, 1988
Dr. Hevia is a clinical psychologist has 23 years of academic and field experience. He holds a B.S. and M.S. in Psychology from Eastern Michigan University, and a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Nova University. Dr. Hevia has practiced in Massachusetts, Florida, California, and Arizona and comes to William James College from the UMass, Boston, where he was Director of the Counseling Center and Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology. His areas of expertise and scholarly interest include: lifespan development; college mental health; the psychodynamic psychotherapies; assessment with projective techniques; cross-cultural psychology; sport psychology; and the psychology of men and masculinity. In addition to his position at William James College, Dr. Hevia holds a faculty appointment with Harvard Medical School at the Cambridge Health Alliance, where he is Clinical Instructor in Psychology.