Panel Discussion, Q&A: Tuesday, November 10, 2020 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EST

Access to the film is provided between November 2 and November 15 via link and password provided. 

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This is a two-part, online event. 

Watch the film any time between November 2 and November 15, and join the panel discussion on Tuesday, November 10 at Noon EST. 


Anne Wilson 
William James College 

Visions of Warriors: Film Screening and Panel Discussion at William James College (Virtual) 

William James College's Military & Veterans Psychology Program will host a Public Virtual Film Screening of the film “Visions of Warriors” and a Q&A featuring the film’s director, student veterans, and veteran panelists.

This is a two-part event.

  • Once registered, participants will receive a password protected link to access the film. It will be available from Monday, November 2, to Sunday, November 15, 2020.
  • Please also join us for a Q&A panel discussion which will take place on Tuesday, November 10, at Noon EST. 

Visions of Warriors is a feature length documentary by Humanist Films that tells the story of four veterans, from the Vietnam era to the Iraq War, their struggle to regain mental wellbeing and battle PTSD, and the healing they found through photography while participating in the groundbreaking Veteran Photo Recovery Project at the VA Menlo Park.

William James College is home to two innovative Military Psychology training programs. The Military and Veteran Psychology (MVP) emphasis is a coordinated array of efforts designed to train culturally-competent mental health professionals – veterans and civilians alike – to provide services to military service members, veterans, and their families. The program also provides a supportive community on campus for student veterans, family, and friends of military personnel, and for those interested in working with veterans and military families. MVP’s signature program Train Vets to Treat VetsŪ (TVTV) is specifically for veterans and provides a unique training opportunity designed to prepare them to work with fellow veterans.

The screening and discussion are free and open to the public, but registration is required. Links and passwords are provided in the registration confirmation email. 


About William James College

Founded in 1974, William James College is an independent, non-profit institution and a leader in educating the next generation of mental health professionals to support the growing and diverse needs of the mental health workforce. Integrating field work with academics, the College prepares students for careers as organizational leaders and behavioral health professionals who are committed to helping the underserved, multicultural populations, children and families, and veterans. William James College alumni can be found making an impact in a variety of settings, including schools, the courts, clinical care facilities, hospitals, the community and the workplace.

The screening and panel are free and open to the public. Gifts to support William James College and our Military and Veterans Psychology students are appreciated. To make a donation, please visit www.williamjames.edu/give