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Thursday, January 10 • 9:35am - 10:35am
Educational Session #1: Responding to the rising mental health needs of students at Student Health Services

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As the primary care on-campus healthcare providers for Mason students, Student Health Services seeks to be a campus partner in taking care of students’ wellbeing. Recognizing that mental health needs are growing in our students, we have sought innovative, evidence-based ways of addressing these needs within our clinic. Through grant funding, we initiated SBIRT (Screening and Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment) and now a collaborative care model to support behavioral health within the primary care setting. By treating the physical and mental health of students holistically, we can have a significant impact on student success and retention.

We will present data supporting the effectiveness of collaborative care and how we plan to implement it at George Mason student health services. We will also talk about how you can help your students access mental health through Student Health Services, CAPS, and other campus resources.


Dr. Carol Filak

Administrative Director, Student Health Services

Dr. Lisa Park

Interim Executive Director, Student Health Services

Chris Rzengota

Wellness Clinician, Student health Services

Thursday January 10, 2019 9:35am - 10:35am EST
Johnson Center, George's

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