Supporting College Student Mental Health Across a Spectrum of Needs: The Stepped Care Approach.

While we hear frequently about an eruption of mental health concerns related to the pandemic, data suggests that the prevalence of mental health problems was rising prior to the pandemic. Coupled with what many clinicians and researchers predict will be a mental health ‘echo pandemic’ in the fall contributing to already high demand, colleges and universities are working to identify ways to provide enough mental health support.  

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Guidelines Issued to Help Colleges Deal with an “Echo Pandemic” of Student Mental Health Issues when Campuses Reopen This Fall

While COVID-19 vaccinations have changed the planning scenario in dramatic ways, this fall’s openings will still be very challenging due to an expected “echo pandemic” of mental health problems among college students returning to campus. 

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Students Still Struggling with Mental Health a Year into the COVID-19 Pandemic

Despite significant efforts by college counseling centers to meet their students’ mental health needs during the ongoing pandemic, students are still coping with mental health concerns at high rates, according to the latest Student Voice survey conducted by Inside Higher Ed and College Pulse and presented by Kaplan. 

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