Do you have a student starting college in the fall? The first year at college is an important transition year, and it can also be a particularly stressful time. A 2017 American College Health Association Survey of 63,000 college students found that 2 in 5 students described being so depressed that it was "difficult to function," while 3 in 5 felt "overwhelming anxiety" during the previous year. And, today, the additional uncertainty of how colleges will operate in the fall with COVID-19 restrictions adds another layer of stress to this important transition.
In this webinar, UpLift Co-founder and Chief Psychologist, Amy Mezulis, along with panelists Nichole Williams, LMHCA, Katey Nicolai, PhD, and Hannah Morris, college junior, discuss mental health strategies for college students and how parents can help their high school graduates prepare for a successful transition to college whether that's on campus, remote, or some combination.
Topics covered in this informative session include: