The Brenner Center for Psychological Assessment and Consultation provides psychological assessment across the lifespan from 2-99.Learn more here.
The Freedman Center provides free parent support groups, playtime for young children, and the William James College INTERFACE Referral Service.Learn more here.
The Center of Excellence for Children, Families and the Law offers online CE courses, as well as a Child and Family Evaluation Service (CAFES).Learn more here.
The PATHWAYS Program is a unique campus-community collaboration that provides mental health services to urban students in the Boston Public Schools.Learn more here.
The Alliance for Aging was established to help adults age wisely and well. Services and programs include SageMind, as well as training for our graduate students.Learn more here.
Announcing our new step-by-step guide to learn how to teach group classes for high conflict parents. Includes all class material, homework, handouts and video clips of real classes.Learn more here.
CAMHI aims to address this unmet need by expanding and diversifying the child and adolescent behavioral health workforce through the development, implementation and evaluation of an innovative pipeline program focused on cultivating and educating culturally compassionate providers. Learn more here.
The mission of Youth and Family Psychotherapy Services (YFPS) is to support the wellbeing of youth and families across a wide array of emotional, behavioral and developmental circumstances. Learn more here.