Suicide, Social Problems and Anxiety:
Managing Mental Health Issues on Campus
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This session is designed to provide faculty and staff some practical advice on how to manage students with mental health difficulties around campus. Today’s mental health issues reach into every part of campus. Faculty, registrar, parking and transportation support staff, coaches and others are all witness to the difficulties facing these students. They also have a desire to help them when they are in distress.
We will discuss several case studies on mental health difficulties that occur around the campus and offer some suggestions on how to best deal with these problems. These five case studies will include:
Depression and Suicide
Veterans issues with adjustment and trauma (with focus on non-traditional students)
Aspergers disorder and social problems (with attention on bullying)
Thought Disorder, bi-polar and medication compliance
Participants will learn how to:
manage at-risk students in an acute emergency
refer students for counseling, residential life, academic, financial and medication support
remain in ADA compliance with at-risk students
understand the various mental health issues which impact at-risk students in order to better provide support and care
Who should attend?
Advisors and Counselors
Student Support Staff
Who is the speaker?
Dr. Brian Van Brunt
Dr. Van Brunt
has worked in the counseling field for over fifteen years and has recently begun serving as the president of the American College Counseling Association. He served as Director of Counseling at New England Collegefrom 2001-2007 and currently serves as Director of Counseling and Testing at Western Kentucky University. His counseling style draws from a variety of approaches, though primarily from the humanistic/person-centered style of treatment with its emphasis on warmth, compassion, empathy, unconditional positive regard, individual choice and personal responsibility. He is a certified QPRsuicide prevention trainer and trained in BASICS alcohol intervention. Brian is also a certified trainer in John Byrne's Aggression Management program.
Brian has presented nationally on counseling ethics, mandated counseling, and testing and assessment for the American College Counseling Association (ACCA), Association of College and University Counseling Center Directors (AUCCCD), American College Personnel Association (ACPA) and the National Association of Forensic Counselors (NAFC). He has presented on web site design at the Georgia College Counseling Association (GCCA) conference in 2007 and was awarded the American College Health Association Innovation Grant for his work on New England College's website. He has taught graduate classes in counseling theory, ethics, testing and assessment and program evaluation. He has taught undergraduate classes in adjustment and personal growth, deviance and counseling theory.
He completed his doctorate from Argosy Universityin Sarasota Florida (formerly the University of Sarasota) in counseling psychology, finished his master's degree from Salem State Collegein counseling and psychological services and received a bachelor's in psychology from Gordon College.
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