• CMGMH - Ethnically Diverse Youth

    The Center's vision is to inspire and empower students, clinicians, educators, and other providers as agents of social justice with a passion for and commitment to serving historically marginalized populations.

  • CMGMH Large Group of Students

    The mission of the Center is to train, educate, mentor, and prepare a cadre of professionals to address mental health disparities, and serve culturally diverse individuals and communities locally and across the globe.

  • CMGMH Multicultural Family

    CMGMH is comprised of academic programs at William James College that focus primarily on historically marginalized groups and underserved communities.

  • CMGMH Diverse Group of Friends

    CMGMH offers transformative immersion experiences that will expose, inform, and deepen students' knowledge, cultural awareness and sensitivity, and cultural fluency.

Multicultural Events

5th Annual Haitian Art Exhibition
Soul Searching: An Exploration of Haitian Spirituality through Visual Arts
May 2-June 22, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 7, 12:00-1:30 pm, at William James College

This event is organized by the Haitian Artists Assembly of Massachusetts and the Haitian Mental Health Network in collaboration with William James College (WJC), Brockton Arts and Caribbean Arts Gallery. 

Past Events

On October 10th of every year, World Mental Health Day is observed around the globe in an effort to raise awareness about mental health issues that affect more than 450 million individuals worldwide.  This year's theme is "Dignity in mental health." To learn more, please visit the World Health Organization's website .

In observance of World Mental Health Day, the Center for Multicultural & Global Mental Health at William James College held the following events:

Summer Immersion Presentation October 14, 2015
Event Flyer for more details

Lunch Hour Conversation with Dr. Judy Atkinson October 16, 2015
Event Flyer for more details

Please join us in promoting awareness of the global impact of mental illnesses.  If you have any questions or would like to learn more about our programs, please contact the Center at CMGMH@williamjames.edu .  We look forward to seeing you soon.