William James College News
William James College Associate Professor, Dr. Natalie Cort Named Teacher of the Year by the Massachusetts Psychological Association
Dr. Natalie Cort, co-director of the Center for Multicultural & Global Mental Health and an associate professor in the Clinical Psychology Department at William James College (WJC) has been named the 2023 Teacher of the Year by the Massachusetts Psychological Association (MPA). A practicing clinical...
WBUR’s Producer, Reporter, and anchor Lynn Jolicouer, covered William James College’s "Suicide Prevention for Military Veterans Through Lethal Means Counseling" program in an in-depth report.
Boston Globe: WJC’s Asian Mental Health Program Highlighted as Resource to Support Rising AAPI Mental Health Needs
Dr. Catherine Vuky, director of the Asian Mental Health program (AMH), spoke to the Globe on behalf of William James College and the AMH program which were mentioned as local resources available to help support the AAPI community and create paths for aspiring clinicians who wish to serve the population.
Dr. Jenny D'Olympia was interviewed for a Voice of San Diego article regarding the suicide rate of female soldiers. The article found that women aged 17 – 30 in the military are more than two times as likely to die by suicide as civilian women in the same age bracket.
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.
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.
“Through her work, [Margaret Hannah] has truly met the need and made the difference for countless people across the Commonwealth.”
After more than a year of caring for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic, and facing conditions like many have not seen before, Nurses are experiencing unprecedented levels of mental health strain, immense stress, fatigue, and emotional trauma.