William Slammon received his doctorate in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology-Berkeley in 1989. He did his internship at Children's Hospital Medical Center–Oakland and post-doctoral work at the Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic where he worked with a variety of children, adolescents, and families.
Currently he is a clinical psychologist working in a rural New Hampshire public elementary school and is an Associate Faculty member at Antioch University New England, Department of Clinical Psychology, Keene, NH. Dr. Slammon has worked as a child and family psychologist in several private and community outpatient mental health settings. He began his career as director of mental health services in the Pediatric HIV Clinic and director of outpatient child psychiatry services at the former Boston City Hospital.
Dr. Slammon has received grant funding and published articles related to the integration of mental health and primary medical care services. His research interests include psychological aspects of physical illness, psychological assessment, and learning disabilities.