CCH to Present Session at NASPA Strategies Conference

CCH to Present Session at NASPA Strategies Conference

As part of its Gold Sponsorship at this year's NASPA Strategies Conference, members of the Christie Campus Health leadership team will present a 60 minute concurrent session discussing the future of mental health services for college campuses. Through this presentation, the speakers will address the importance of restructuring the delivery of campus resources to better adapt to the challenges students are facing today, on and off campus.

The Future of Student Mental Health Services

Date & Time:
Friday January 15, 1:15 pm - 2:15 pm 

The salience of key trends shaping the future of student mental health services has been magnified by the COVID-19 pandemic. These trends include prevalence, severity, expectations, social distancing, access, leveraging campus resources, cost, and equity. Taken together they strongly suggest that colleges and universities should undertake bold steps to redesign their student mental health services. New approaches should emphasize student-centered options that utilize new technologies and enable off-campus delivery through vendor partnerships.

Learning Outcomes:
Participants will be able to:

1: Identify the key trends driving the future of student mental health services.

2: Recognize the importance of redesigning the delivery of college mental health services.

3: Understand the ways in which technology and off-campus partnerships can enhance access to mental health services for college students.

Robert Meenan, MD, MPH, MBA
President, CCH

Kaitlin Gallo, PhD
Chief Clinical Officer, CCH

Amaura Kemmerer, LICSW
Senior Advisor, CCH

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