William James College

    (formerly Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology)

    Dr. Nicholas A. Covino, President

    GRADUATE ADMISSIONS CONTACTS: Mario Murga, Director of Admissions; Joseph Luszcz, Associate Director, Admissions

    Founded in 1974 as an independent graduate college of psychology, William James College is the largest graduate psychology institution in New England, offering degree programs in mental health and applied psychology at the doctoral, master's and certificate levels, as well as a Bachelor of Science completion program. William James College is a leader in educating organizational leaders and mental health professionals who are committed to meeting the needs of a rapidly changing and increasingly diverse society. The College's highly skilled professionals care for Latinos, Veterans, children, adolescents and families in a variety of settings, including the schools, the courts, the community and the workplace. We offer college-wide concentrations in Latino Mental Health, African and Caribbean Mental Health, Global Mental Health and Military and Veterans Psychology.




    DEGREES
    Psy.D.: Clinical Psychology, Leadership Psychology

    M.A./C.A.G.S. School Psychology

    M.A. Organizational Psychology, Applied Behavior Analysis, Clinical Mental Health Counseling (with emphasis in Couples and Family Therapy, Substance Use and Addictions, Forensic & Correctional Counseling, Health & Behavioral Medicine, and the General Counseling Track)

    GRADUATE CERTIFICATES: Executive Coaching, School Climate and Social Emotional Learning
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    ONLINE DEGREES
    M.A.: Organizational Psychology
    Psy.D.: Leadership Psychology (Primarily online with 3 annual residencies).

    NON-MATRICULATING COURSES: Online Graduate Psychology. Preparatory Courses (GPPC)



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