William James College in The News

Each year, the press has taken an interest in some of the major events at William James College and seek out members of our community to comment on important clinical and legislative issues. Here are a few examples:

February 2016
Advocacy policy and law on abortion, execution and juvenile life without parole
October 2015
Mental Competency still a murky concept
Threads of racial bias may be entangled in computer models for child protection
Oregon Shooting
September 2015
How Autumn Leaves Color Our Inner Lives
Mental-Health Apps Make Inroads With Consumers and Therapists
August 2015
7 Minutes That Set a Child’s Course for Tragedy
Psychologists and Torture: We Need Root-and-Branch Reform
June 2015
Seeing ‘Citizen Kane’ Again Now That I’m Older
May 2015
Psychology college seeks profile lift with name change
Lynn Community Health Center honored
How to Handle Violence in Video Games
Actor Joey ‘Pants’ Pantoliano discusses mental illness
Opinion: Why Gut A Program That Truly Helps New Mothers?
Lynn Community Health Center to Receive Recognition at MSPP Annual Gala on May 7, 2015
April 2015
LCHC to Receive Recognition at MSPP Gala
4-Month-Old Development: Cognitive Milestones From 4 to 7 Months
Tsarnaev trial helps heal a violent world by Richard Mollica
How Can Veterans Help Other Veterans Transition Back Into Society
Addressing Your Child's Bad Behavior
MSPP to Host DSM-5 and Cultural Formulation Conference
TADS: Erasing stigma one day at a time
March 2015
Is Your Child Not Making Friends? Tips for Socializing Shy Kids
7 At-Home Date Night Ideas to Bring Some Spark Into Your Relationship
Cost vs. Reward of a Psychologist Education
Interface hotline offers help for depression
February 2015
Kevlar for the Mind: Helping professions for veterans
New Name Underscores Commitment To Diversity
January 2015
For Haitians, psychic toll of 2010 earthquake cries out for care
Hope links Haiti, Boston 5 years after quake
Family remembers daughter lost in Haiti earthquake on 5th anniversary of her death
December 2014
Family New Year's resolutions: When kids are involved, balance is key
Stress-Busting During The Christmas Rush
Heal Your Mind: Find the best treatment for what's troubling you, plus how to make it actually affordable
November 2014
Know the Facts: Seasonal Affective Disorder
6 Ways to Tame Materialism in Kids
Why You Should Celebrate the "Little Victories" of Parenting
The red hot business of divorce celebration
Silent Wars: Helping Vets Fight Mental Health Battles At Home
Program Prepares Vets for Careers in Mental Health
October 2014
Psychology School Lands $715,000 Federal Grant for Intern Program
How to Address Ebola with your Kids
Respite in Omaha
MSPP Hosts Summer Immersion Presentation
September 2014
MSPP Held 13th Annual Lucero Memorial 5K Run/Walk in Newton
How Can Military Families Cope with Deployment of Loved Ones
Por Que Deberias Tener un Hobby Creativo
August 2014
A Window into Mental Health, Social Media Can't Sub for Human Link
When 'Super Mom' is super sad: Pressures haunt new parents
How to Deal With the Stress of Debt
Back to School: Stress Prevention Tips. New school year can often mean new obstacles for your student.
How to Find a Social Life After the Death of a Spouse
Why Robin Williams' Passing Is a Reminder to Bring Mental Illness Into the Spotlight
11 Ways Not to Feel Old
Interview with Nadja Reilly about childhood depression
Constant Challenges, No Certainties for New CEOs at Market Basket
Why Parents Need to Communicate with Teachers
Democrat Martha Coakley lands new union endorsements in race to become governor of Massachusetts
July 2014
Market Basket controversy impact on emotions
Personal touches won loyalty at Market Basket
ViewPoint: Our gubernatorial candidates should not be alone in addressing mental health
Interview with Robin Deutsch about Abigail Hernandez
Independence Day can be a difficult time for veterans with PTSD
Divorce Can Impact Children's Weight
Organizational psychology cited as 'fast growing' job
June 2014
School counselor pitches counseling referral service
Gubernatorial candidates sound off on mental health
Gubernatorial candidates debate issues in mental health-focused forum
To MA Gubernatorial Candidates on Mental Health: What About Children?
Lessons from Santa Barbara: Why We Need a Long-Term Approach to Ending Violence
May 2014
Local Organization Helps Veterans Return to Civilian Life
Professional Psychology School Honors Newton's Michael Jellinek
New Hire: Dr. Stacey Lambert
Overcoming Cultural Stigmas About Mental Illness And Barriers To Treatment
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology awards Dr. Michael S. Jellinek at 40th Anniversary Gala
MSPP awards Brookline Community Mental Health Center at 40th Anniversary Gala
February 2014
A look at the profession: then and now
January 2014
A Psychology Degree Can Take You Places