College Mental Health Education Programs: Accessing Facilitation Guides, Curriculum, and Support (Jan. 23rd, 2024)
January 19, 2024
Boston University Sargent College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation
COLLEGE MENTAL HEALTH EDUCATION PROGRAMS: ACCESSING FACILITATION GUIDES, CURRICULUM, AND SUPPORT
Join us JANUARY 23, 2024 – 2:00pm-3:00pm
The College Mental Health Education Programs (CMHEP) team at Boston University has partnered with colleges, universities, and organizations across the United States and internationally to successfully adapt and adopt several curricula designed to support college students facing mental health challenges during their higher education journey. CMHEP provides structured lesson plans that are tailored to the unique needs of schools and organizations, offering detailed facilitation guides, workshops, and support. Their programs combine wellness and resiliency skill building with academic instruction and coaching, delivered as in-person or distance learning opportunities, to help students who are struggling on campus to thrive. In this webinar, presenters will share details of three specific, open-access programs designed to help students facing mental health challenges. Participants will be encouraged to rethink how we deliver college mental health services to include recovery and rehabilitation interventions that can support students with mental health conditions to remain in, return to college, and develop new strategies to alleviate the burden on staff.
Chelsea Cobb, LMHC
Assistant Director, College Mental Health Education Initiatives
Ali Theis, LICSW
Senior Training Associate, College Mental Health Education Programs
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