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Clinical time is an extremely valuable resource, so students and institutions will be well-served to ensure that time is used most efficiently. View this Roadmap for strategies on how to maximize counseling center operations and efficiency.
We will share tactics and strategies that leaders can quickly implement to better support student mental health in the Spring 2021 semester and beyond.
We’ve outlined three differentiated mental health crisis response models for college and universities, along with their respective benefits and challenges.
EAB’s Mental Health Collaborative will bring 30 university partners together to advance student mental health support on their campus.
The pandemic rendered many counseling center’s go-to promotion and engagement strategies ineffective during a time when the need for mental health support spiked. Learn how one college improved their virtual counseling appointments by focusing on the user experience.
Keep pace with students’ concerns and address expectations about availability of care through a scope of care statement.
As students increasingly turn to online communication channels for information, virtual spaces have become a critical access point for students seeking support. EAB’s Counseling Center Website User Experience Audit will help partners adapt their counseling center website for long-term use in the post-pandemic era.
This on-demand webinar examines how institutions can support mental health as students return to campus this fall and explore what senior institutional leaders need to know about the future of campus mental health and well-being.
This research explores how high schools design and implement high school advisory programs to build relationships, promote student wellbeing, and guide student academic and postsecondary success.
That perception came through clearly in EAB’s most recent high school guidance counselor survey. Following our 2020 survey where we learned how dramatically COVID-19 had impacted counselors’ work and the students they support, this year we checked in to see what had changed.