From The New York Times: The number of college students with mental health concerns is rapidly increasing, straining many universities’ mental health and counseling centers. Colleges are carrying out research into the complex causes of student distress and developing new interventions to reach larger numbers of students, including online mental health modules, peer support, art therapy carts, and sober living houses.
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