Wednesday, May 10, 2023
1:00 pm – 04:15 pm EDT/UTC-4
This workshop will introduce participants to current trends in mental health among students, the intersectionality of mental health and marginalization, and what ways the education abroad field support marginalized and underrepresented populations for success on education abroad.
Dr. Roger Branche – The Chicago School of Clinical Psychology
Eowyn Greeno – School for International Training
Who Should Attend This Workshop?
- International educators, education abroad advisors, on site education abroad staff, campus based mental health professionals and counselors, diversity equity and inclusion professionals, student life administrators and staff, faculty directors of education abroad programs, academic advisors.
How You’ll Benefit
Participants will be able to:
- Identify common mental health concerns among diverse student communities;
- Understand strategies for supporting diverse communities with mental health needs;
- Develop an awareness of the unique ways marginalization impacts mental health among individuals;
- Consider effective ways to aleviate barriers to participation and success for diverse students reporting mental health needs.
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Regular Registration: November, 2022 – April 10, 2023
Late Registration: April 10, 2023 – May 10, 2023
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