Leaders must determine how to prioritize clinical resources in order to maximize counseling center operations and efficiency. Your institution likely doesn’t have the resources to provide both accessibility for all students (quick access to care for students with short-term needs) and intensity (ongoing treatment for students with specialized or complex care needs), so your campus must decide how to allocate limited clinical resources. Use this tool to help you create your scope of services statement.
"Too often, students are meandering through counseling until they reach the end of the semester or an arbitrary appointment limit. Instead, they should be actively working with their counselor to answer this question: How do I know when I don’t need counseling anymore?"
Reinvigorate group therapy on your campus by reeducating clinicians, rebranding group therapy to attract students, and using data to determine which topics will best serve students. Listen to our on-demand webconference for four recommendations to build a successful group program on campus.