JED works with partners to provide informative webinar sessions for campus professionals on current issues in college mental health. Please learn more and view webinars below.

Responding to Suicide Clusters on College Campuses

  • During this two-part web conference presented by JED and SAMHSA, participants will learn from experts in suicide prevention and college mental health about our current understanding of suicide clusters on college campuses and in other settings, with case studies.
    • Part I: Understanding Suicide Clusters on College Campuses: What do we know?
    • Part II: Case Studies & Practical Guidance on Prevention and Postvention of Campus Suicide Clusters

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Young, Gifted, and At-Risk

  • Webinar series addresses the mental health of college students of color. This webinar series grew out of a symposium held at Brown University in October 2014, sponsored by the Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America and The Stephen C. Rose Legacy Fund.
    • Peer Support: Dr. Michael Gerard Mason, Ph.D., LPC with a series introduction by Dr. Alfiee M. Breland-Noble, Ph.D., MHSc.
    • Microaggression and Campus Ecology: Dr. David P. Rivera, Ph.D.
    • Imposter Syndrome, Perceived Discrimination, and Stereotype Threat: Dr. Kevin Cokley, Ph.D., M.Ed.
    • Minority Status & Mental Health: Dr. Daphne Holt, M.D., Ph.D.

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CampusRx Webinar

  • Responding to the Opioid Addiction Epidemic, Featuring Andrew Kolodny of Phoenix House
    JED, Clinton Health Matters and Phoenix House webinar, Responding to the Opioid Addiction Epidemic, discusses prescription drug misuse on college campuses. Led by Phoenix House’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Andrew Kolodny, M.D., the webinar focuses on the effect that skyrocketing rates of opioid addiction and overdose deaths are having on college students across the nation.

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JED and Morneau Shepell – International Student Mental Health Research Study

  • Research shows that when compared with their American counterparts, international students are more likely to experience stigma associated with mental health and significantly less likely to reach out for support. Morneau Shepell, a leading international counseling organization, has developed a highly specialized International Student Support Program (ISSP) to help alleviate those concerns. View this webinar to learn about the product and a pilot research study examining the impact of cultural and language support using technology on international student mental health, success and retention.

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NPW 2017: Suicide and Substance Use in Young People

  • NPW 2017: Suicide and Substance Use in Young People” featuring Dr. Victor Schwartz provides an overview on the relationship between suicide and substance use among young people, and includes best practices in prevention and intervention.

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Ten Years After Virginia Tech: Impacts on Campus Mental Health

  • Dr. Vic briefly reviews the state of college student mental health, the events surrounding the Virginia Tech tragedy, and the changes that have occurred in the aforementioned areas of concern over the past 10 years.

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Voluntary Medical Leave for Students Experiencing Mental Health Difficulties at College

  • SAMHSA webinar with Dr. Vic discuss the principles that emerged from the OCR’s oversight of developing this leave of absence policy and how these principles can inform colleges about meeting OCR’s expectations.

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