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To learn about the Boys of Color Conference on 5/20 and our Black Mental Health Initiative & Graduate Academy visit: http://www.williamjames.edu/academics/centers-of-excellence/multicultural-and-global-mental-health/black-mental-health-initiative.cfm
PODCAST: We are joined this month by the Honorable Judge Leslie E. Harris, who is a retired Associate Justice of the Suffolk Juvenile Court as well as Dr. Natalie Cort, Assistant Professor at William James College and Director of our Black Mental Health Initiative & Graduate Academy, and student Kwame Dance, one of our Black Mental Health Academy scholars for Part 1 of our conversation to discuss the “Boys of color,” a conference on 5/20 that will explore the journey of the Black man and other men of color in the US and how #mentalhealth and #mentalhealthcare may have had & can continue to have an impact on that journey. #BlackMentalHealth #BoysOfColor
Q&A with Ashley Dubé about her experience in the School Psychology PsyD Program
#AlumniProfile: "After working for 2 years in the public schools, I realized how pronounced the clinical issues were in a public setting. I saw students hospitalized repeatedly and struggle with pervasive mental health symptoms throughout high school. I decided to pursue my PsyD in 2012 in hopes of strengthening my clinical skills to better support and treat adolescents in public schools. I was also interested in teaching at the college level and exploring options in the private sector." #SchoolPsych If you are looking to pursue a career as a School Psychologist, check out our program options at http://www.williamjames.edu/news/q-and-a-with-ashley-dube-about-her-experience-in-the-school-psychology-psyd-program.cfm
To learn about the Boys of Color Conference on 5/20 and our Black Mental Health Initiative & Graduate Academy visit: http://www.williamjames.edu/academics/centers-of-excellence/multicultural-and-global-mental-health/black-mental-health-initiative.cfm
PODCAST: As the descendants of immigrants, most Americans have overcome many personal and community barriers. But for the Black man or woman, whose families suffered the trauma of capture, displacement & slavery, the Jim Crow era, & institutional discrimination, the process has been more complex. We are joined this month by the Honorable Judge Leslie E. Harris, who is a retired Associate Justice of the Suffolk Juvenile Court as well as Dr. Natalie Cort, Assistant Professor at William James College and Director of our Black Mental Health Initiative & Graduate Academy, and student Kwame Dance, one of our Black Mental Health Academy scholars for Part 1 of our conversation to discuss the “Boys of color,” a conference on 5/20 that will explore the journey of the Black man and other men of color in the US and how #mentalhealth and #mentalhealthcare may have had & can continue to have an impact on that journey. #BlackMentalHealth #BoysOfColor
Organizational & Leadership Psychology
Feedback is an important way for managers interact with their workers. It gives a chance for the manager to grow and allows the workers to feel like they have a voice. However, many managers would say that it is hard to get feedback form workers for one reason or another. Check out this article from Business insider where they talk to Kim Scott about her methods. Kim Scott has a new book out around being a better manager and the article focuses on how waiting 6 seconds after a question can be the difference between receiving and not receiving feedback: http://www.businessinsider.com/how-to-ask-employees-for-feedback-2017-3 #olp #williamjamescollege
Student Spotlight: Christine Smith
#StudentSpotlight: Christine Smith, Clinical Mental Health Counseling (MA) Student with an Emphasis in Health and Behavioral Medicine If you are looking to pursue a career as a mental health counseling, check out our MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with an emphasis in Health and Behavioral Medicine http://www.williamjames.edu/academics/counseling/clinical-mental-health-counseling-ma/index.cfm
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