Frank J. McNamara

Frank J. McNamara

Academic Counselor

Education: Psy.D., William James College (formerly MSPP); M.A. Lesley University (Counseling Psychology); B.A., University of Massachusetts (Psychology)

BSC Activities and Interests: My BSC activities include academic counseling, consulting, teaching the Reading Course, academic advising, and the facilitation of groups and workshops aimed at intellectual, emotional, ethical, and personal development. I am the BSC liaison to Mather House and Eliot House.  

I am deeply interested in the development of beliefs, values, and worldviews that allow students to find meaningful engagement in today’s world. 

Outside the BSC: Licensed psychologist in private practice; faculty member, School of Psychology and Counseling, Cambridge College.

Personal: Born and raised in Boston, married, the father of two inspiring sons who are now in college, one a rising junior, his brother an entering freshman. I love reading and making sense of the world, was formerly a musician.