Temple University, 1982
Stanley Berman, PhD, is the Vice President for Academic Affairs at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. He holds a BA in Philosophy and History and Secondary Education from the University of Rochester, and a MEd in Psychoeducational Processes, a MA in Clinical Psychology and a PhD in Clinical Psychology from Temple University. He completed a pre-doctoral internship at Children's Hospital, Boston and then joined the staff at Children's Hospital. He was concurrently a staff psychologist at Children's Hospital and the Jimmy Fund Clinic of the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. When Dr. Berman left these two institutions, he was Director of Psychology Training at the Jimmy Fund Clinic and a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Berman joined the faculty of William James College in 1987 and developed the Clinical Health Psychology Concentration in the Department of Clinical Psychology and the Master of Science in Clinical Psychopharmacology program. He went on to be the program developer for several of William James College's new degree programs. Dr. Berman became the Dean of Programs of Advanced Graduate Study at William James College in 2004. He has supervised the Continuing and Community Education Department, the Freedman Center, Field Education and Educational Technology during his tenure as dean. Dr. Berman has also served as a Visiting Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Wellesley College and as an adjunct professor at Antioch College. Dr. Berman's professional and scholarly interests are in health psychology, child psychology, global mental health and peace psychology and in higher education administration.