Easily the largest and most representative of its kind, the report summarizes trends in college student mental health during the last six years.
“This report represents a decade of work and a new ability to begin talking about trends and their real implications for services on campus, as the data is drawn directly from college students nationwide who are seeking and receiving treatment,” Ben Locke, Center for Collegiate Mental Health executive director and associate director of clinical services at Penn State’s Center for Counseling and Psychological Services, explained. “For the first time, we are learning from a national population why college students seek mental health services and what the rate and effectiveness of those services are.” --Penn State News, 2/05/15
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