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First Response, First Center of Its Kind

William James College launches Center for Crisis Response and Behavioral Health offering pioneer programming. A landmark center offering graduate certification as well as the first practical interdisciplinary co-response training program housed within an academic institution in the country for police...

William James College and Middlesex Community College-A Perfect Fit

Forming articulation or transfer agreements with local community colleges helps eliminate barriers for students looking to complete a bachelor’s degree and enter the field of psychology and human services. With Middlesex, this partnership delves deeper than simply accepting credits.

Healthy Schools, Healthy Kids

Welcoming the new Center for Behavioral Health, Equity, and Leadership in Schools (BHELS). Formerly Teachers21, BHELS provides consulting services focused on ensuring students’ emotional wellbeing, a healthy school environment, intentional and purposeful equity and inclusion programming, and leadership...

Center for Crisis Response and Behavioral Health at the International Association of Chiefs of Police

Bonnie Cuccaro, Associate Director of the Center for Crisis Response and Behavioral Health, had the opportunity to represent William James College at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Annual Conference and Expo in Dallas, Texas. This is the largest law enforcement event of the...

Ruderman Family Foundation Sponsors WJC/AICUM Higher Education Leaders Summit

William James College received a grant of $13,000 from the Ruderman Family Foundation (RFF) to convene higher education leaders and directors of campus counseling centers for the first “Reimagining Behavioral Health in Higher Education” Summit in partnership with AICU Mass and William James College.

Dr. Natalie Cort, CMGMH Students, Lead Virtual Suicide Prevention Workshop for Guyanese Communities

This summer, Dr. Natalie Cort, co-director of the Center for Multicultural and Global Mental Health (CMGMH), led a virtual Guyana Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training, which provided support skills and resources for a country that has long struggled with one of the world’s highest suicide rates.

Dr. Jenny D'Olympia Speaks to WBUR as Part of Veterans Day Panel

Dr. Jenny D'Olympia, director of the Military and Veterans Psychology concentration, was interviewed by WBUR for a Veterans Day panel about her military service and how her experience has impacted her life.

Crisis Response and Behavioral Health Department Presents at Forensic Day

On Friday, October 14, 2022, the Center for Crisis Response and Behavioral Health had the opportunity to present at William James College Forensic Day. Dr. Sarah Abbott, Director of the Center for Crisis Response and Behavioral Health, moderated a discussion about Co-Response featuring Bonnie Cuccaro,...

Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Nancy Connolly Shares Forensic Psychology Experience and Advice

Dr. Nancy Connolly has worked in the forensic psychology field for more than 30 years. Here she shares about her career and educational journey and offers advice for aspiring forensic psychologists.

Top 10 Questions to Ask an Admissions Counselor

We've curated a list with the top 10 questions to ask an admissions counselor as you look for the right academic program to fit your goals.


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