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Title Student mental health : a guide for psychiatrists, psychologists, and leaders serving in higher education / edited by Laura Weiss Roberts.

Publication Info. Washington, DC : American Psychiatric Association Publishing, [2018]


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Edition First edition.
Description 1 online resource : (xxix, 508 pages) illustrations
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computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Overview. -- Student mental health / Douglas L. Noordsy and Laura Weiss Roberts -- Creating a culture of belonging, respect, and support on campus / Kyle Lane-McKinley -- Strategies for excellence in student health programs / James R. Jacobs -- Burnout and self-care of clinicians in student mental health services / Jennifer Derenne -- Life transitions and the student experience. -- Student self-care, wellness, and resilience / Athena Robinson -- Adaptation and stress / Sanno Zack and Megan Kelly -- A developmental perspective on risk taking among college students / Michael Kelly, Anne McBride, and Whitney Daniels -- Friendships and romantic relationships of college students / Douglas S. Rait -- Family relationships during the college years / Sujata Patel and Bina Patel -- Distress and academic jeopardy / Bina Patel and Sujata Patel -- Caring for students with mental health issues. -- Psychiatric evaluation of the young adult university student / Matthew Pesko, Amy Alexander, and Douglas L. Noordsy -- Mood and anxiety disorders / Allison L. Thompson and Daniel Ryu -- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and learning disorders / Lindsay C. Chromik and David S. Hong -- Alcohol and substance use and co-occurring behaviors / Chinyere I. Ogbonna and Anna Lembke -- Eating disorders and body image concerns / Danielle Colborn and Athena Robinson -- Stress and trauma / Ryan B. Matlow and Victor G. Carrion -- Sleep disorders / Shannon S. Sullivan -- Intervening early in first-episode psychosis in a college setting / Kate V. Hardy, Brenda Gonzalez-Flores, and Jacob S. Ballon -- Autism spectrum disorder / Lawrence K. Fung -- The suicidal student / Michele S. Berk and Molly Adrian -- Response to survivors of campus sexual assault / Helen W. Wilson and Adriana Sum Miu -- Brief and medium-term psychosocial therapies at student health centers / Michael Haberecht -- Innovation, technology, and student well-being / Rachael Flatt and Mickey Trockel -- Fostering mental health for distinct student populations. -- First-generation college students / Raziya S. Wang and Shashank V. Joshi -- Students of color / Daniel Ryu and Allison L. Thompson -- Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning students / Ripal Shah, Neir Eshel, and Lawrence McGlynn -- Transgender students / Christina Tara Khan and Inge Hansen -- Student-athlete mental health / Lisa Post and Megan Kelly -- Military and veteran students / Eric Kuhn and Shannon McCaslin -- Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows / Amy Alexander and Doris Iarovici -- Medical students, residents, and fellows / Doris Iarovici and Amy Alexander.
Summary "Student Mental Health: A Guide for Psychiatrists, Psychologists, and Leaders Serving in Higher Education was created to help psychiatrists, psychologists, and campus leaders-both students and administrators-as they work to build a university culture that supports the health, resilience, and maturation of students. Organized into four parts, the book provides an overview of university student mental health and campus culture. The chapter authors address life transitions and the university student experience, as well as the challenges of caring for university students with mental health issues. The book has positive strategies, including ways to foster mental health for distinct university student populations. The use of case studies provides an immediacy that helps the reader apply critical concepts to real- world scenarios. In addition, the editor has integrated useful adult-centered learning approaches, such as key points and discussion questions, into the rich and interesting chapters to emphasize the acquisition and retention of knowledge. Finally, the book is comprehensive, offering practical clinical guidance along with insightful perspectives on university policies, systems, and cultures. Student Mental Health is both down-to-earth and aspirational, providing evidence and best practices to ensure greater mental health on campus, while stimulating conversation about how to ensure and optimize the value of higher education through thoughtful, sophisticated approaches to student mental health"--Publisher's description.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed December 3, 2018)
Subject Mental health services -- Students.
Mental health services.
Universities and colleges -- Sanitary affairs.
Mental Health Services
Student Health Services
Services de santÚ mentale.
UniversitÚs -- Services de santÚ.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Security.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Services & Welfare.
Mental health services
Universities and colleges -- Sanitary affairs
Added Author Roberts, Laura Weiss, 1960- editor.
Other Form: Print version : Student mental health. First edition. Washington, DC : American Psychiatric Association Publishing, [2018] 9781615371143 (DLC) 2018000212 (OCoLC)1019847014
ISBN 9781615371945 (electronic book)
161537194X (electronic book)
9781615371143 (paperback)
1615371141 (paperback)

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