• Fastest Growing Job

    Employment of Organizational psychologists expected to grow by 53.4% by 2022 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

  • Experiential Education

    Develop Your Career in Psychology with our Experiential Education Model

  • Promising Career Outlook

    US News Ranks “Mental Health Counselor” #33 of top health care jobs

  • Latino Mental Health

    Less than 2% of the nation’s psychologists are trained to deliver language and culturally competent mental health care to Spanish speaking people.

Concentrations and Areas of Emphasis

At William James College, we are proud to offer four concentrations to all of our graduate students.   
 
The Center for Multicultural and Global Mental Health (CMGMH) aims to be a preeminent academic, clinical training, and research center in promoting social justice and addressing mental health disparities among disenfranchised populations in the U.S. and abroad. CMGMH is comprised of academic programs at William James College that focus primarily on historically marginalized groups and underserved communities. These programs include: 

 Our Military and Veterans Psychology (MVP) program is a coordinated array of efforts to train culturally competent mental health professionals to provide services to military service members, Veterans, and their families. Learn more about our MVP concentration for students interested in working with a military and Veteran population.
 
Clinical Psychology students can choose to specialize in one of five areas in addition to the four college-wide concentrations above.

Clinical Mental Health Counseling students can choose to specialize in one of four areas of emphasis in addition to the four college-wide concentrations above.

School Psychology students can choose to specialize in Children & Families of Adversity & Resilience (CFAR) in addition to the college-wide concentrations above.


Students may enroll in more than one Major Area of Study and/or Area of Emphasis. Students who are interested should consult with their academic advisor and the concentration directors to discuss options for completing the required curricula.

Students who are not completing a concentration but are interested in the courses offered may enroll in them as an elective on a space available basis.

All students enrolled in a concentration are required to complete courses in a traditional in-person format. Thus, students in blended or online programs should take this into consideration prior to enrolling.

For more detailed information, consult our Cross-Departmental Concentrations Handbook.

Latino Mental Health College-Wide Concentration

Latino Mental Health Program

Military & Veterans Psychology

MVP