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Question and Answer: “Black Health and Wellness,” Dr. Natalie Cort on Black Mental Health and the 2022 Theme for Black History Month

The 2022 theme, “Black Health and Wellness,” recognizes the legacy of Black scholars and medical practitioners in Western medicine, along with those practiced in other "ways of knowing," like midwives, naturopaths, and herbalists, throughout the African Diaspora.

After Afghanistan: How to Support the Military and Veteran Community

Director of Military & Veteran Psychology Dr. Jenny D’Olympia and WJC student Kevin Lambert discuss military service, and ways civilians can offer support.

Dr. Catherine Vuky on the 45th Anniversary of the Fall of Saigon

While the collective attention of much of the world was turned elsewhere in late April 2020, many Vietnamese families likely paused to recall the 45th anniversary of the Fall of Saigon.

September Return to Schools Should Take Trauma Informed Approach, Integrate Lessons Learned During Pandemic

September Return to Schools Should Take Trauma Informed Approach, Integrate Lessons Learned During Pandemic

Political Party Affiliation Impacted Behavior Regarding Engaging in Pandemic Preventative Measures, Research Shows

Research Finds Political Party Affiliation Impacted Behavior Regarding Engaging in Pandemic Preventative Measures

Alumna’s Work Explores Online Identity, Social Media, and Self Esteem

Dr. Michelle Solomon studies social media impacts on self-esteem and identity. Her 2016 dissertation has been among the most accessed papers in a national research database for several years running.

Student’s Work in Adlerian Psychology Accepted for Publication in Peer-Reviewed Journal

Student’s Work in Adlerian Psychology Accepted for Publication in Peer-Reviewed Journal

Joint Statement Condemning Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans

The College's Asian Mental Health Program this week co-signed a statement with AWARE lab (Boston University School of Social Work) and the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Center for Cross-Cultural Student Emotional Wellness (CCCSEW) condemning hatred, violence, and racism against Asians and Asian...

New Parent Guide Helps Asian Families Address Xenophobia, Racism Fueled by COVID-19

Guide, which is available in several languages, offers Asian parents tips on engaging in important conversations with their children about racism; aims to lessen negative psychological impacts

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