Five questions with 2017 alum Amy Clara, about her post-doctoral fellowship as a psychologist in a primary care health office.
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Director of Military & Veteran Psychology Dr. Jenny D’Olympia and WJC student Kevin Lambert discuss military service, and ways civilians can offer support.
According to the National Counsel for Mental Wellbeing, thirty percent of active duty and reserve military personnel deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan experienced a subsequent mental health condition.
Marc Abelard, William James College, Named “Business Partner of the Year” by Massachusetts Providers’ Council
The Providers’ Council is the largest membership association for health and human services agencies in the state. Partnering organization JRI submitted the award nomination.
William James College to Partner with Mass General Brigham, Awarded $3M Grant for Workforce Development
Mass General Brigham Today Announced New, Significant Investment in Community & Mental Health, Initiative Focuses on Increasing Access for Patients and Builds on Existing $175M Annual Community Health Investments