U-M Counseling and Psychological Services

Students at tabling event

CAPS is happy to host a webinar from the Center for Collegiate Mental Health (CCMH) in collboration with the Commission on Counseling and Pscyhological Services within the American College Personnel Association.

  • The Webinar will be held in the CSG Chambers and light refreshments will be provided.
  • Tuesday, 9 February, 2016, 2-3:30 pm

We'd love it if you can come to all or part of this to learn more regarding national trends as well as local trends in student mental health.  

The CCMH is the national leading authoritative source and voice of clinical data for college student mental health with hundreds of counseling centers around the country providing data from thousands of student clients.  This webinar will report on trends with a focus on practice issues for both mental health professionals and campus partners.
 
The Center for Collegiate Mental Health 2015 Annual Report Overview:
Implications for Policy and Practice
 
The Center for Collegiate Mental Health (CCMH) is an international practice-research network of more than 350 university and college counseling center members that provides accurate and up-to-date information about the mental health of today's college students. This presentation will cover the following information: (1) a brief introduction to CCMH, (2) an overview of the 2015 CCMH Annual Report including a dozen key findings and 5-year trends, and (3) implications of recent findings for administrators in higher education.
 
PRESENTER:

Dr. Ben Locke is the Founder\Executive Director of the Center for Collegiate Mental Health (CCMH).  Dr. Locke also serves as the Associate Director for Clinical Services at Penn State’s Center for Counseling and Psychological Services, and an affiliate faculty member in the Counseling and Clinical Psychology departments at Penn State.  Dr. Locke has over 19 years of clinical experience in the mental health field, and over a dozen years of administrative experience in college counseling centers.