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CONTENTS Preface Acknowledgments Chapter 1. Overview of Current Issues in College Student Mental Health Are Today¿s Students More Emotionally Troubled? Impact of Mental Health Problems on Academic Functioning and Campus Life Who Is Responsible for Student Mental Health? The Roles and Functions of College Counseling Services About This Resource Guide Chapter 2. General Warning Signs Student Distress: Developmental or More Serious in Nature? 20 22 Potential Indicators of Emotional Disturbance Summary Chapter 3. Recognizing Specific Problems Anxiety Depression Suicidal Behavior Deliberate Self-Inflicted Harm Substance Abuse Eating Disorders Psychotic Behavior Summary Chapter 4. Approaching a Student with Your Concerns General Guidelines for Intervention Specific Scenarios Summary vii Chapter 5. The Referral Process 65 Ways to Facilitate a Referral to Counseling When There Is a Sense of Urgency Following Up Summary Chapter 6. Specific Issues and Populations to Consider 81 How Much Responsibility to Assume Awareness of Dual-Role and Boundary Complications Dealing with Parents of Distressed Students Dealing with Peers of Distressed Students Students of Color International Students Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Students Student-Athletes Graduate Students Summary Chapter 7. Campus Policies and Procedures Related 101 to Student Mental Health Accommodations for Students with Psychological Disabilities Psychological Crises and Emergencies Withdrawal and Readmission Mandatory Counseling Limitations of Campus Counseling Summary 101 Conclusion 123 References 125 Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Counseling in higher education -- United States.
College students -- Mental health -- United States.
Stress (Psychology) -- United States.
Counseling -- United States.
Students -- psychology -- United States.
Stress, Psychological -- United States.