The role of mentoring in attracting doctoral students to work with underserved populations

February 16, 2016

NCSPP Presenters

Stacey Lambert, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs; Bruce Ecker, Director of the Children and Families of Adversity and Resiliency Concentration; Erlene Rosowsky, Director of the Center for Mental Health and Aging; Mari Carmen Bennesar, Associate Director of Field Education and Director of the Lucero Latino Mental Health Program, and Gemima St. Louis, Principal Investigator of PATHWAYS, are all William James College faculty who presented at the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology in Atlanta, Georgia. They presented "The role of mentoring in attracting doctoral students to work with underserved populations."