Career Groups

Clinical Supervision at William James College 

William James College offers group supervision for practicing school psychologists. Clinical supervision promotes reflective practice; supports ongoing professional development, affords consultation on legal and ethical issues, and helps practitioners effectively address the challenges of providing school psychological services. Clinical supervision is essential for ongoing development of the skills, knowledge, and professional behaviors that enable schools psychologists to function at a high level and to engage in independent practice. Two groups are currently available (Mondays at 5 or Thursdays at 5); additional groups may be added as needed. To sign up, click the register button below:


Participation in a clinical supervision group will: 

* Promote reflective practice and continued development of professional knowledge and skills; 

* Help the practitioner address challenges in providing school psychological services; and 

* Be applicable toward the 60-hour Supervised Clinical Experience requirement for the Licensed Educational Psychologist (LEP) credential. 

Participants: This opportunity is open to any graduate of a planned program in school psychology who is concurrently employed as a school psychologist in Massachusetts. It is intended for school psychologists who have little or no access to clinical supervision in their jobs, especially early career school psychologists. 

Supervisors: Experienced school psychology trainers who qualify as an Approved Supervisor, per Educational Psychologist licensure requirements (see 

Schedule: Supervision groups of up to six (6) participants will meet on a given weekday for 8 two-hour sessions (approximately biweekly) over the course of a semester.

Master & Doctorate Programs

Bay Path University

The Bay Path University Masters Program in Special Education Administration is an excellent program, cost effective, convenient and flexible / on line learning classes including  some face to face class learning sessions taught by faculty current in special education administration and the law. 

The Bay Path University 
(Masters) special education administrator program is an excellent opportunity for ASE Members . Students who are fully enrolled in the Bay Path University (Masters) special education administrator program and  who have a paid Membership in ASE( for each of the Cohort 1  years )  will be eligible to attend all ASE Conferences at no cost during the time frame of  Cohort 1;  and for students whose Sped Administrator is an ASE Member - the Sped Administrator will be eligible to be the respective Member District student's Mentor ( for a student who is fully enrolled in the program and is participating in the ASE/ Bay Path University Partnership Program) - the Mentor will receive a stipend. 
Applications for the program are being considered now with an anticipated March , 2017 start date for Cohort 1 students.  

See below for more information:

Below are links to the registration pages for  additional information regarding the Bay Path University ( Masters) Special Education Administrator program :

December 15th at 4:00 pm


January 11th at 6:00 pm

William James College

William James College School Psychology PsyD Program Received Accreditation from the American Psychological Association Pre-Doctoral Internship Consortium Received Re-Accreditation 

William James College, a leader in educating mental health professionals and the largest graduate psychology program in New England, announced its PsyD program in School Psychology received a seven year initial accreditation from the American Psychological Association (APA) and its pre-doctoral internship consortium in clinical psychology (for Clinical PsyD students) received a seven year re-accreditation from the APA. 

These achievements signify the school’s success in carrying out its mission to integrate rigorous academic instruction with extensive field training and close attention to professional development. Graduates from the School Psychology PsyD program will be able to pursue licensure as both school psychologists and licensed psychologists/health service providers.

To learn more about the APA-accredited PsyD program in School Psychology visit: William James

To learn more about the APA-accredited internship consortium in clinical psychology, visit:William James

About William James College

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. William James College is a leader in educating organizational leaders and mental health professionals who are committed to meeting the needs of our most vulnerable populations and is constantly evolving to meet 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. For more information, please visit William James

Nearby Trainings

Don’t miss out on this important training!

Implementing Suicide Prevention Programming in your School

 Friday, December 9, 2016


First Congregational Church (Stone Church)

785 South Main Street

Raynham MA 02676


Brought to you by Screening for Mental Health Inc., the Makayla Fund and the Bristol County Regional Suicide Prevention Coalition

This FREE training will prepare school staff and community members to implement the SOS Signs of SuicideĀ® Prevention Program for middle and high school youth, and to provide gatekeeper training to adults in their schools and communities. Topics include:

  • Warning signs, risk factors and symptoms of depression and suicide in youth
  • How to respond to youth at risk
  • SOS Signs of Suicide Prevention Program implementation steps
  • Mock implementation using the “Friends for Life” video & sample student discussion
  • Training adults in your schools/communities to support at-risk youth in seeking help
  • Barriers to youth suicide prevention and action steps to take

Schools interested in implementing the SOS Program after the training will be offered the opportunity to get a program with no charge to the school.

Click here to register for the free training

Contact Chelsea Biggs at or 781-591-5253 for more information.

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