Lisa Williams, M.S.

Assistant Professor of Psychology
Psychology
Education:
Master of Science in Psychology, Southern New Hampshire University
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Ashford University


Biography: Lisa Williams is an assistant professor of psychology at Anna Maria, as well as the Field Placement Coordinator for the Psychology and Human Services department, coordinating and overseeing internships for undergraduate students. She began teaching for Anna Maria as an adjunct in the Fall of 2018, and started her career in higher education at Fisher College in Boston in January of 2016 teaching courses such as: Psychology of Personality, Abnormal Psychology, Gerontology, Human Development, and more. Her concentration during graduate school was child and adolescent development and continues to be a great research interest. She is a huge Yankees and Giants fan despite living in Massachusetts and loves to travel.


Courses Taught at Anna Maria:
Introduction to Psychology
Guiding Children's Behavior
Child Development
Foundations of Social Justice and Social Sciences
History and Systems of Psychology
Senior Seminar