PsyD in Leadership Psychology
Organizational and Leadership Psychology
Organizations Need Effective Leaders More Than Ever. Are You Ready to Lead?
The way you lead influences the performance of your team and your colleagues. A doctoral degree in Leadership Psychology can increase your confidence, improve the way you work, and, at the same time, help others around you to grow and develop. Our hybrid program for working professionals invites you to learn, grow, and lead change.
Explore Our Concentrations
“I have loved being at William James College! I love the faculty—they are very dedicated to our success and work to make sure we are engaged. And I love the classes and the content. It is incredibly relevant and timely.”
Leadership Psychology PsyD Student
Our Philosophy, Your Experience
We believe that the best learning comes from integrating classroom knowledge with hands-on experience. Your education is enriched by a curriculum that combines an understanding of theory, training, and practice, and we emphasize the development of professionals, like you, who are committed to the ethical provisions of quality services to culturally diverse clients, agencies, and organizations.
See Yourself at William James
At William James, you'll gain exceptional training in a supportive, student-centered learning environment, with instruction and guidance provided by leading practitioners in the field. Throughout your studies, you'll experience our integrative philosophy of training and education, with application of classroom instruction in structured field experiences. Underlying this approach to professional training, is a sustained focus on your personal and professional development, with an orientation towards community service, and respect for those you'll serve.
We want to hear from you.
Connect with Our Students
Our Student Ambassadors have volunteered to be a resource for you and answer all of your questions about our programs, graduate school, living in Boston, and more.CONNECT WITH STUDENTS
Around campus, in the community, in the news—William James College community members are leading the conversation.
OLP Faculty, Alumni Team Publishes Research Exploring Black Male Leadership and Competing Social Identities
A study by OLP faculty shows how factors like lack of peer mentorship and not feeling represented in workplace can lead to long term professional identity issues among Black male leaders.Read More
Game Changer: Facilitator’s Guide Written by Leadership PsyD Student Reveals Hidden Biases Through Game Play
Through her practicum, Kristen Toohill created a guide which turns the game Buffalo into a workshop that organizations can use to facilitate difficult conversations.Read More