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Recent surveys a have identified a significant increase in college mental health problems, according to a recent article published in Time Magazine. In a 2015 report, The Center for Collegiate Mental Health noted a 30% increase in college students seeking mental health services on campus, and according to a survey conducted by the American College Health Association, this past year saw a definitive increase in college students’ symptoms of depression, suicadality, and anxiety. This important article highlights a rising mental health crisis in a vulnerable population, and discusses several proposed solutions, including the work of past ABCT president Anne Marie Albano.

Read to find out more about this problem and how we as clinicians can be involved in providing college students with evidence-based mental health care 

For more information on depression and anxiety, see DEPRESSION  and ANXIETY DISORDERS

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