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Student Mental Health: Managing Serious Issues Through Teamwork

1:05:49 minutes
December 2019

About This Webinar

Learn how a comprehensive campus approach leads to better outcomes for students with critical mental health issues. Experts on the clinical and legal aspects of student mental health will discuss:

  • Setting expectations with students and parents
  • The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
  • The role of behavioral intervention teams
  • Involving clinical diagnoses in legal and risk management decisions
  • The Office for Civil Rights’ (OCR) principles guiding colleges and universities when students pose a risk of self-harm

Administrators, Counseling Center Directors, Legal Counsel, Risk Managers, and Student Affairs professionals should listen.

Moderated by Heather Salko, Senior Risk Management Counsel, United Educators.

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Student Mental Health on Campus: Claims Involving Suicidal Students
When to Alert Parents of Self-Harming Students
Additional Resources
American Council on Education (ACE) Helping Students at Risk of Self-Harm: Considerations for the New Academic Year
Rutgers University: Safety Intervention Policy
Stanford University: Involuntary Leave of Absence and Return Policy

About This Webinar

Learn how a comprehensive campus approach leads to better outcomes for students with critical mental health issues. Experts on the clinical and legal aspects of student mental health will discuss:

  • Setting expectations with students and parents
  • The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
  • The role of behavioral intervention teams
  • Involving clinical diagnoses in legal and risk management decisions
  • The Office for Civil Rights’ (OCR) principles guiding colleges and universities when students pose a risk of self-harm

Administrators, Counseling Center Directors, Legal Counsel, Risk Managers, and Student Affairs professionals should listen.

Moderated by Heather Salko, Senior Risk Management Counsel, United Educators.

More From UE
Student Mental Health on Campus: Claims Involving Suicidal Students
When to Alert Parents of Self-Harming Students
Additional Resources
American Council on Education (ACE) Helping Students at Risk of Self-Harm: Considerations for the New Academic Year
Rutgers University: Safety Intervention Policy
Stanford University: Involuntary Leave of Absence and Return Policy