Faculty Viewpoint by Jenny D'Olympia: Think of a veteran. Whom do you see? Maybe you think of a relative, or a friend, or someone you have seen in a movie or on the news. It’s not likely that the first image that comes to mind is of a woman.
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Across the country and around the world, graduates of the William James College Military and Veterans Psychology (MVP) concentration have provided
Boston Children’s Collaboration for Community Health Grant Supports New William James College Child and Adolescent Mental Health Initiative
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On March 28, 2019, the Black Mental Health Graduate Academy, of William James College’s Center for Multicultural & Global Mental Health, hosted a workshop entitled “Branding Strategies for Mental Health Professionals of Color: Defining, Promoting, & Igniting Your Brand.”
More than 100 educators and thought leaders gathered on Friday, March 29, for a conference entitled "Behavioral Health Emergencies in the PreK-8 Classroom,"