Understanding Partnerships for University Mental Health Services

Most schools are facing the challenge of working within their existing budgets, counseling center structure and team of clinicians to provide services that meet the ever changing needs of today’s college students. For many, looking for partners for specialized support or to ease capacity issues can be an excellent option. 

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Learning how our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors influence each other

CBT guides clients through identifying a conflict, restructuring their thoughts around the issue, and then developing skills to help challenge their reactions to that conflict. Because we, as humans, all experience thoughts and emotions, CBT can be widely applicable in day-to-day life, regardless of whether or not you have a mental health diagnosis.

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