Graduate Degree Type
Education-Higher Education (M.Ed.)
Education Leadership & Counseling
This project dives into the current mental health status of college students and what institutions are doing to address students steady and continuous decline of mental health. Mental Health 101: A Comprehensive Guide for Faculty incorporates suggestions from literature and theory to provide resources to faculty members when educating students. Mental Health 101 was created with the social-ecological model in mind (Bronfenbrenner, 1979) by connecting the individual student to their environment, or in this case, the college classroom. The guide consists of information about mental health such as risk factors and warning signs, coping strategies, activities, and assignments faculty members can use in the classroom, and additional resources faculty can provide to students. By using this guide, faculty members can easily incorporate mental health into the classroom and provide the much-needed education about mental health.
Farley, Chelsea J., "Mental Health Education in Higher Education" (2023). Culminating Experience Projects. 365.