• CMGMH Branding Event 2016

    You Are the Brand! Workshop on Brand Strategies for Clinicians of Color: Defining, Promoting, & Igniting Your Brand on March 31, 2016. Hosted by CMGMH; Presenters: Drs. Charmain F. Jackman and Jonathan Jenkins.

  • CMGMH Celebrating Glavy2016

    Graduation Celebration for Glavielinys Cruz [In Blue Dress], an Outstanding WJC Student on June 11, 2016. Attendees: Drs. St. Louis, Ecker, Kinscherff, and Cort, along Dr. Kinscherff's Wife, Feona.

  • CMGMH Bennasar and Cort in Gloucester 2016

    Drs. Bennasar and Cort Visiting Rockport, MA with Visiting Scholar from Mexico to LMHP, Dr. Claudia Gonzalez on November 7, 2016.

  • CMGMH Ladies in Red 2016

    CMGMH Meeting attended by Drs. Bloom, Bennasar, Kliman, Cort, & St. Louis Who All Unexpectedly Rocked the Power Color: Red.

  • CMGMH Inaugural Celebration 2016

    CMGMH Inaugural Celebration on June 16, 2016.

Multicultural Events

Immersion Program PresentationImmersion Program Presentation 

October 18, 2017
11:30 am-1:00 pm
Rooms 335/336

Interested in learning about how you can engage with communities around the world? Join us for the Annual Immersion Program Presentation to hear the Center for Multicultural & Global Mental Health (CMGMH) students and faculty discuss their experiences in Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti, and Kenya as well as obtain more information about upcoming immersion trips.

RSVP to cmgmh@williamjames.edu


Working with Syrian Refugees: Medical, Psychological & Self- Care Implications

October 27 & 28, 2017
8:30 am-4:30 pm
Rooms 334/335/336

This continuing education event is an opportunity to join alumni, faculty, professionals, and students for discussions and presentations on the mental health needs of Syrian Refugees. 

RSVP to cmgmh@williamjames.edu

IslamophobiaThe Implications of Islamophobia: Its Impact Beyond the Muslim Community and Key Components of Allyship

November 13, 2017
6:30-8:30 pm
Room TBA

This presentation examines the impact of Islamophobia within the Muslim community, especially in the identity development of Muslim youth. It will also discuss the far-reaching influence of Islamophobia on other marginalized and minority communities. It explores ways in which the narratives around American-Muslims are changing. Attendees will learn key components of allyship, and they will explore ways in which they can become allies to these disenfranchised groups in both clinical and non-clinical settings.

RSVP to cmgmh@williamjames.edu

Multicultural and Global Mental Health Spotlight

Rapport Spring 2016 Cover Image

Episode 12: Boys of Color

Boys of Color Podcast