This two-part episode discusses the innovative ways in which the rise in telehealth and digital mental health tools during the pandemic has helped college students handle the stress of Covid.
Joining host David Pluviose are the following guests:
Nathaan Demers, Clinical Psychologist, YOU at College | youatcollege.com/
Amy Gatto, Senior Campus program manager,Active Minds | activeminds.org/ and
Matthew Jirsa, a graduate assistant at Healthy Minds Network | healthymindsnetwork.org/
- Bringing down barriers to mental health care access for students.
- How can we embrace technology to provide mental health services to students?
- Advice for institutional leaders preparing for reopenings.
“At the end of the day, it gets down to the people, finding those advocates, finding those students, and coming together as a community to create change together.”
PRODUCTS / RESOURCES:
Mental Health and College Students – Creating Communities of Support after the Pandemic, part 1/2 https://diverseeducation.com/article/221335/
Steve Fund, JED’s Equity in Mental Health Framework Shows Promising Results https://www.diverseeducation.com/news-roundup/article/15109650/steve-fund-jeds-equity-in-mental-health-framework-shows-promising-results
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