4 Key Components of the Stepped Care 2.0 Model in Higher Ed

Last updated January 6, 2020

4 Key Components of the Stepped Care 2.0 Model in Higher Ed

Last updated January 6, 2020

Implementing a Stepped Care 2.0 Model for student mental health services doesn’t have to mean starting from scratch.

Overview

Giving every student an assessment and 50-minute counseling session is no longer sustainable given the high volume of students needing mental health services. You are likely looking for new ways of delivering quality care to meet your students’ needs and manage your resources.

Join us online to learn how the Stepped Care 2.0 Model may be one possible solution for your counseling center. Dr. Peter Cornish, a leader in the model, will debunk common myths and provide an overview of the key components of the model, including how to:

  • Preserve your existing care network
  • Train your providers
  • Monitor outcomes
  • Message and market new services

Who should attend?

This webcast is ideal for Directors of Counseling Centers, Supervisors of Counseling/Assistance Centers, and any others involved in student mental health services — such as Deans of Students and Vice Presidents of Student Affairs.

We’ve designed this webcast especially for institutions who have not yet implemented the Stepped Care 2.0 Model for mental health services. If you’ve already adopted the model, though, this webcast may help you iterate or improve.

Agenda

1) Debunking the 5 Common Myths of the Stepped Care Model

2) 4 Key Components of the Stepped Care 2.0 Model

  1. Co-Design: Find out how to preserve your existing network and work with your providers and community stakeholders to fit the stepped care model into your existing ecosystem.
  2. Quality Training: Discover how to train your providers on a new style of interviewing and care.
  3. Therapeutic Measurements: Identify how to monitor care options and outcomes to deliver appropriate care and measure success of the model.
  4. Communication: Learn how to message and market a stepped care model once you build it.