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What do you think: Is the world going to hell in a handbasket?

News stories frequently force us to confront severe psychopathology, mental illness, and disordered behavior. What is going on? And what can we do about it? In "Are people getting crazier?" Thomas G. Plante offers his analysis, along with seven principles of prevention. Now let us know what you think.

Participate in a discussion regarding mental disorders of the new millennium.

Re: What are universities doing? At Santa Clara...
Posted by Marie G. Herbert, Ph.D.
Date: Apr-02-2007 at 4:16 PM
At Santa Clara University, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides psychological, consultative and educational services to the SCU community. Services are free and confidential (within the limits of California law). The clinical staff consists of licensed mental health professionals. Students may be seen for up to ten appointments each year and occasionally more. A staff person manages emerging crisis cases each weekday and is available by cell phone to consult on after-hours emergency situations. Staff members provide consultation to various University departments, faculty, and parents regarding students in crisis. Staff also conduct educational workshops with students and campus personnel to address mental health issues. Please visit CAPS website for more information.

Marie G. Herbert, Ph.D. Assistant Director Santa Clara University Counseling and Psychological Services CAPS

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