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Meet the Growing Demand for Campus Mental Health Services

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Over the last decade, students' demand for mental health services has significantly grown—and it shows no signs of slowing down. Many institutions have heavily invested in hiring additional full-time clinicians, but they are still unable to keep pace with the escalating demand.

This is a series—you may register for multiple webconferences

May 22 2018

Dynamic Staffing Models for Campus Counseling Centers

Tuesday, May 22, 2018
2:00 PM ET - 2:30 PM ET

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Across the U.S. and Canada, counseling centers face stagnant budgets and staffing levels as well as fluctuating demand for service across the year. Most institutions cannot hire enough full-time staff to meet the demand for campus services, requiring counseling centers to explore dynamic staffing models.

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Jun 20 2018

Four Strategies to Reinvigorate Group Therapy on Campus

Wednesday, June 20, 2018
1:00 PM ET - 1:30 PM ET

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This webconference will walk through four recommendations to build a successful group program on campus.

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Past Events In Series

How to Instill a Goal-Oriented Focus in Individual Counseling Appointments

This webconference will share strategies to guide students in setting smart goals for individual therapy.

Promote Successful Off-Campus Mental Health Care for High-Need Students

This webconference will discuss how to set upfront expectations with students and families about on-and off-campus care options.

Trends in Campus Mental Health Services

This webconference explores demographic trends in mental health needs among college students.