Offering Graduate degree programs in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling, School Psychology, and Personal and Organizational Wellness.
Year 4: 2020-2021 Goals
Expanding the behavioral health care workforce.
Providing inter-professional training and integration of care among behavioral health and primary care providers.
4th Annual Kickoff Event: “The Science of Sleep with Implications for Wellness and Disease” (presented by Dr. Charles Atkins) – approximately 110 attendees
Student organized Diversity Institute: “Detoxifying Gender Roles: Liberation from the Traditional Binary” (Keynote Speaker: Justice Roe Williams; additional speakers included Dr. Christopher S. Reigeluth and Dr. Kate Evarts Rice) – approximately 170 attendees
Supported, facilitated, and attended multiple trainings on telehealth, ethics, and the counselor response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Support for students and faculty to attend local, regional, and national conferences (in person or via Zoom, according to COVID-19 protocols).
Increasing the supervisory workforce.
Professional trainings in telehealth counseling services, substance use and opioid use disorders, and integrated behavioral health.
Providing parent/caregiver supportive training.
Supporting interns working in prison settings to increase quality behavioral health services.
Implementing comprehensive social-emotional learning program in New Hampshire schools.
The Devereux Students Strengths Assessment (DESSA) was offered in 5 schools, aiding 1628 students, despite the barriers presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Educating program interns on using an integrative system of care approach in their professions.