Aladdin Ossorio, PsyD, is the founder and coordinator of the SageMind Program at William James College.
A graduate of UCLA, Dr. Ossorio obtained his Doctoral Degree from William James College, where he focused his work on geropsychology (the intersection of aging and behavioral health), neuropsychology (assessing brain-behavior interactions), and health psychology (the relationship of mind, brain, body, and health).
Dr. Ossorio completed training in the Harvard University hospital system in Cambridge, Ma., and the Edith Nourse Rogers Veteran’s Administration Hospital.
Dr. Ossorio has presented on issues of neurobiology, memory, and reasoning at the 2014 and 2015 National Society of Descriptive Psychology conferences in Golden, Colorado. Dr. Ossorio recently presented on developmental neurobiology and alcohol use at the 2015 Massachusetts Psychological Association annual conference. He is presently contributing a chapter on "Brain Health: 21st Century Science" to an edited volume on Aging Wisely and Well.
Dr. Ossorio is a member of the National Society of Descriptive Psychology, the American Society of Aging, and the Massachusetts Assessment Society.