Mental Health & College: Student & Family Needs and Available College Resources

Even before COVID, mental health is a leading cause of attrition at colleges. Yet clinical services are often overlooked or misunderstood when exploring post-secondary transitions, college fit, and resources necessary to graduate.

 

In this live webinar (recording in January 2022), Dana Manzo critically examines clinical services at colleges and provide participants with strategies to identify and address mental health needs before and after arriving at college.

 

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KATY REINKE

HOST

Associate Director of College Transition Programs

DANA MANZO

SPEAKER

Director of Counseling & Wellness

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