Preparing Mental Health Services for the Fall (Virtual Workshop)


Preparing Mental Health Services for the Fall (Virtual Workshop)


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Denise Hayes Will Meek David Ramirez


Denise Hayes
Counseling and Psychological Services Director &
Licensed Health Service Provider in Psychology,
Indiana University Bloomington


Will Meek
Director of Counseling and Psychological Services & Licensed Psychologist, Brown University


David Ramirez
Director of Counseling and Psychological Services & Clinical
Psychologist, Swarthmore College


Course Highlights

  • 75m of video instruction
  • Downloadable resources

Course Details

Released 7/15/2020

As a student mental health professional at your institution, you are currently planning how to meet the needs of returning students in the fall and how to prepare for our rapidly changing reality. Assuming there is an increased demand for mental health services in the fall, you will need to strategize and adapt to meet these needs. Before moving to the action phase, have you stopped to discuss your plans with peers at other institutions to ensure that the very best options are on the table? You will hear from experienced college and university counseling directors about their current plans for the fall, hear from your peers who attended the live event  to discover what they are doing, and compile the best ideas and practices to serve your students.

Who Should Attend

This program will benefit Student Affairs leaders, Directors of Counseling Centers, and other student mental health professionals who want to gain ideas for how to approach crucial mental health questions for the fall.

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Why is this event retired?

At AI we want to always ensure that the best and most current trainings are available to members, and we regularly review our trainings to ensure that is the case.