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William James College Honors Longtime Faculty Members’ Impact on College and Students at Transition Celebrations

William James College Honors Longtime Faculty Members’ Impact on College and Students at Transition Celebrations

William James College faculty, staff, and alumni gathered for two events in the month of June to honor and celebrate the accomplishments of a group of ten faculty members who announced they would be moving on from the College this summer.

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Joseph D. Feaster, Jr., Esq., Announced as 2022 Commencement Speaker

Joseph D. Feaster, Jr., Esq. is the 2022 Commencement Speaker. Feaster, MA Senate President Karen Spilka, and Photojournalist Mike Carroll will each receive an Honorary Degree from the College recognizing contributions to Mental Health Field.

Triple Threat: Ta-Cha Addis, PsyD, is First to Graduate from Three William James College Organizational and Leadership Psychology Programs

Ta-Cha Addis earned her Master of Arts in Organizational Psychology degree in 2016, her Leadership Psychology PsyD in 2020, and most recently, earned her Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching this year, making her the first student to graduate from three Organizational and Leadership Psychology...

William James College Awarded $750,000 Grant by Boston Children’s Collaboration for Community Health

William James College Awarded $750,000 Grant by Boston Children’s Collaboration for Community Health for a new phase of its Child and Adolescent Mental Health Initiative (CAMHI) program

Staff Member, Former Post-Doc, Develops Influential Guide on Cultural Responsiveness in Telehealth

Telehealth has emerged as a critical platform for service delivery for mental health care. Despite its accessibility, Dr. Aleesha N. Young noted gaps that remained present regarding treatment and cultural differences and developed a guide to address this.

William James Students and Faculty Again Travel to In-Person Conferences

Two years after the pandemic, William James students and faculty recently traveled to two in-person conferences: the American Psychology-Law Society conference in Denver and the National Association of School Psychologists convention in Boston.

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