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Choy, Yujuan; Alon, Zer – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2019
Chinese international students make up the largest number of international students in the United States. They face many stressors that may impact their mental health, such as language barriers, social isolation, academic and financial pressures, and acculturation stress. Yet, there is limited guidance on case conceptualization and treatment…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Outcomes of Treatment, Foreign Students, Foreign Countries
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Sibley, Stephanie; Sauers, Lindsay; Daltry, Rachel – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2019
When determining how best to help reduce the distress that exists among today's college students, it is believed that proactive, on-campus programming is a beneficial supplement to on-campus resources that are often utilized after concerns already exist. Helping students develop resiliency skills is one proactive measure that is believed to…
Descriptors: Outreach Programs, Guidance Centers, College Students, Resilience (Psychology)
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Shefet, Oren M. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2018
College counseling centers are experiencing a surging in demand for services that is unaccompanied by an equivalent growth in resources. A possible solution to this disparity is the adoption of a service paradigm founded on ultra-brief therapies, episodic treatments, and the walk-in model of mental health delivery. These models fit both the…
Descriptors: School Counseling, Colleges, Counseling Services, Psychotherapy
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Maffini, Cara S.; Toth, Paul L. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2017
University Counseling Centers (UCCs) experience high clinical demands and severe client presentations leaving counselors with limited time and resources to evaluate delivery of services. In this article, we present clinician-friendly quality improvement (QI) strategies used at a large Midwestern university and provide recommendations for…
Descriptors: School Counseling, School Counselors, Guidance Centers, Mental Health
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Shaffer, Katharine S.; Love, Michael M.; Chapman, Kelsey M.; Horn, Angela J.; Haak, Patricia P.; Shen, Claire Y. W. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2017
To meet the complex mental health needs of students, some university counseling centers (UCCs) have implemented walk-in triage intake systems, which have not yet been empirically investigated. This study compared client and clinician differences (N = 5564) between a traditional scheduled intake system (Year 1) and a walk-in triage system (Year 2)…
Descriptors: Guidance Centers, Counseling Services, School Counseling, Comparative Analysis
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Reif, Carrie; Much, Kari – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2017
The social networking use of university and college counseling center (UCCC) mental health providers has not been widely researched. Most of the 20 providers surveyed in this preliminary study reported engaging in social networking despite identifying pros and cons to its use. Participants' reported use of social media may indicate that social…
Descriptors: Social Media, School Counselors, Counseling Services, Mental Health
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Alcée, Michael D.; Sager, Tara A. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2017
With rising student demand, time-limited therapy is becoming the rule rather than the exception at college counseling centers today. While many have viewed this shift as an unwelcome intrusion, this article will examine how to embrace and capitalize on this new, compressed form. Rather than seeing it as a constraint, it will be argued that it…
Descriptors: Poetry, Music, Psychotherapy, School Counselors
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Weatherford, Ryan D. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2017
College counseling centers are facing rapidly increasing demands for services and are tasked to find efficient ways of providing adequate services while managing limited space. The use of therapy groups has been proposed as a method of managing demand. This brief report examines the clinical time savings of a traditional group therapy program in a…
Descriptors: School Counseling, Guidance Centers, Efficiency, Group Therapy
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Alcée, Michael D. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2017
This article focuses on the state of men as counselors and patients of psychotherapy in colleges and the ways in which a more complex narrative of these issues has been neglected. In bringing together the microissues of the experience of male subgroups alongside men more broadly, the hope is that a view with greater depth and dimension will…
Descriptors: Males, School Counseling, School Counselors, Guidance Centers
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Brunner, Jon; Wallace, David; Keyes, Lee N.; Polychronis, Paul D. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2017
The authors outline a four-factor model and philosophy for college mental health services that addresses the loss of comprehensiveness in some centers due to changes in organizational structure. Given research on demand for services and retention of those seen in centers, emphasis is placed in particular upon the value of consultation, outreach,…
Descriptors: School Counseling, Guidance Centers, Mental Health, College Students
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Donatone, Brooke – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2016
College students may be misdiagnosed as personality disordered when in fact their problems are better explained by their upbringing. Growing up with a personality disordered parent may cause them to initially present with what appear to be personality disordered traits due to issues such as not learning adequate coping skills. Accurate diagnosis…
Descriptors: Personality Problems, College Students, Higher Education, Parents
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Price, Jennifer L. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2016
The current study examined expectations and preferences of psychotherapy approach in 225 college students. Psychodynamic-interpersonal (PI) techniques were generally favored over cognitive-behavioral (CB) techniques both in expectations of what is characteristic of a typical therapy session and perceived helpfulness. There was no difference in…
Descriptors: College Students, Higher Education, Therapy, Psychotherapy
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Chugani, Carla D.; Landes, Sara J. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2016
The purpose of this study was to examine trends and barriers in implementation of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) programs in college counseling centers (CCCs). Participants were 107 CCC employees who participated in an electronic survey. One third of respondents endorsed use or planned use of DBT at their centers. The most prevalent primary…
Descriptors: School Counseling, Guidance Centers, Barriers, Behavior Modification
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Meilman, Philip W. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2016
In this article, Georgetown University Counseling and Psychiatric Service director Philip Meilman discusses two distinct emerging pressures faced by directors of college and university counseling centers. The first of these is the pressure to provide more of, and an increasing range of, counseling and psychiatric services. The second is related:…
Descriptors: Counseling Services, Guidance Centers, College Students, Mental Health
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Sevig, Todd; Bogan, Yolanda; Dunkle, John; Gong-Guy, Elizabeth – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2015
Administrative writing is a crucial skill needed for the counseling center professional to be able to transmit knowledge and values for the rest of the campus community. This article highlights both conceptual and technical aspects of effective writing.
Descriptors: Writing (Composition), Guidance Centers, School Counseling, Administrators
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