William James College News
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.
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.
Clinical PsyD Alum, Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor, Dr. Patrick Downes Talks with “Home Base Nation” Podcast
Clinical PsyD Alum, Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor, Dr. Patrick Downes discussed his experiences in recovery, dealing with trauma, and his work with service members with “Home Base Nation” Podcast
Dr. Julie Ryan spoke with Boston25 about pandemic related behaviors and OCD
Dr. Sarah Abbott, director of the William James College Center for Crisis Response and Behavioral Healh and associate professor of Clinical Psychology, spoke with GBH News about co-responder programs that pair mental health professionals with law enforcement officers to respond to calls where interventions...
WCVB Channel 5's Maria Stephanos Discusses Isolation, Pandemic Mental Health Impacts, with President Nicholas Covino
WCVB Boston Channel 5's Maria Stephanos spoke with William James College President Nicholas Covino about what it's going to take to rebuild our communities and social structures following the prolonged period of isolation caused by the pandemic.
Whitney Enobakhare, Marc Abelard, and Dr. Gemima St. Louis, spoke to Fox 25 about the Behavioral Health Service Corp, a workforce initiative designed to attract new and emerging talent to work in behavioral healthcare, and provide supportive pathways.
A Boston Globe article discusses the challenges college students are facing during the pandemic. WJC President Nicholas Covino was quoted.