William James College News
WJC’s Dr. Gemima St. Louis, Dr. Natalie Cort, and Dr. Alexandra Alden presented at the at the Accelerate The Future Behavioral Health Workforce Development Innovation Symposium at Boston College on building a scalable model with community health organizations to retain their workers while advancing...
William James College and Department of Mental Health Co-Sponsor Inaugural Co-Response Research Symposium
William James College's Center for Crisis Response and Behavioral Health (CRBH), in collaboration with the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health (DMH), successfully organized a first-of-its-kind Co-Response Research Symposium on March 31, 2023 at the Warren Conference Center and Inn in Ashland, MA....
Children’s Mental Health Matters: William James College Hosts Annual Conference and Launches the Center for Behavioral Health, Equity, and Leadership in Schools
William James College ushered in Mental Health Awareness Month and celebrated Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week on May 5 with a half-day conference aimed at exchanging knowledge and best practices in addressing the mental health needs of children, adolescents and families — in particular, those...
William James College Awarded $50,000 Cigna Foundation Grant To Support Mental Health Equity Program for Asian American Communities in Massachusetts
WJC was awarded a $50,000 grant by the Cigna Foundation to fund a one-year pilot of the Asian Competency Education (ACE) program. The program will help increase equity and access to quality behavioral health care for underserved Asian populations in the Commonwealth.
For the past two years, the country has witnessed escalating hate and terrorizing violence directed to our Asian and Asian American communities. The targeted and lethal violence brutally continued during the past week as many Asian communities, around the world including in the US, began celebrating...
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.
A look at how physical activity can benefit your mental health as a treatment of moderate depression.
Dr. Kris Taylor Co-Leads Training on Effective Implementation of Equitable and Inclusionary Practices
The Center for Behavioral Health, Equity, and Leadership in Schools (BHELS) at William James College joined the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents (MASS) Executive Institute to promote the critical work of educational equity, racial understanding, and organizational transformation.
Two students in the School Psychology MA/CAGS program turned a class assignment into a research trifecta with the support of Dr. Robyn Bratica, assistant professor and program director.
Jacqueline Gagliardi, M.Ed., interviewed fellow William James College faculty member Dr. Jenny D'Olympia, for an article in The New England Journal for Relational and Systemic Practice exploring ways to create more successful dynamics that respect the client's experience.