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Fadia AlBuhairan Apr 20
University students: you know you’re in good hands when your leadership President AUB expresses his support for promoting and supporting
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP 4h
College kids need cheap & easy access to services, not a bigger menu of services or tuition that shows little return on investment
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Dr. Shane Owens 4h
Plans to charge insurance for services are wrong for many reasons. Mandatory student health fees are a much smarter ask.
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP Apr 24
Replying to @DrErinHaugen
Extended, this becomes requests for "counseling" as opposed to treatment. We need clear definitions to provide the best help to the most people.
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Jessica Smith, Ph.D. Apr 24
3 ways colleges and universities can help faculty avoid burnout:
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Dr. Shane Owens Apr 23
When your institution prides itself on individual attention, its mental health service needs to be up to the task.
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Dr. Shane Owens Apr 23
As advocacy groups & college administrations work together to provide effective services, it's important that both attend to practice. What is the evidence base for providing "wellness rooms?"
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP Apr 23
Some elite colleges set unrealistically high expectations for on-campus mental health services. They are not prepared to handle the fact that many in high places are not well.
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Anxiety In Teens Apr 22
Excellent advice from our AiT Contributor Alexander Yee:
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP Apr 22
If you come to 's Open House today, stop by our table in the ballroom & ask us questions about
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Dr. Shane Owens Apr 22
Colleges & universities should ensure that campus mental health resources are represented at all open houses, etc. Students need to associate human faces with services they'll need in times of crisis
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP Apr 22
As you make your college visits this Spring, make sure to ask about on-campus mental health services
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Jeff Yalden Apr 22
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Zeina Moukarzel, MD Apr 21
People struggling with should have the rights to pursue their and get a , providing stigma, and support plus some . # Beirut
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Jessica Smith, Ph.D. Apr 19
Research shows students dealing with mental health issues are more likely to drop out. Colleges can help fix that:
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Jeff Yalden Apr 19
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Jeff Yalden Apr 19
After a Student Athlete Suicide Jeff Yalden visits Lynnwood University -
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Dr. Shane Owens Apr 18
Colleges should be responsive to student-led organizations like the . Administrations can work with them to decide the best way to provide much-needed help.
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP Apr 18
The expands to Temple University. It brings students together to fight the stigma of mental illness on college campuses.
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP Apr 17
One of many important points from 's talk today at : Early experiences with failure are vital for developing the skills required to deal with later missteps, which are guaranteed.
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