Access this on-demand webinar to explore the untapped potential of "upstream" mental health strategies, offering you the tools and insights to make a real difference on your campus.
In this webinar, VP of Clinical Programs at Mantra Health, Carla Chugani, PhD, LPC, and Jennifer Davidson, Vice President of Higher Education Growth and Partnerships at Togetherall, discussed "upstream" mental health resources focusing on early intervention and prevention. These resources offer proactive support to build resilience and coping strategies, ideally preventing the development of downstream crises. This approach alleviates the strain on limited high-acuity mental health services and fosters a healthier, more resilient student community. Together they explored the following upstream pathways to wellness:
  • Self-Care through DBT: Delve into modules based on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), tailored for empowering students in self-managed care.
  • Emotional Wellness Coaching: Discover how emotional wellness coaching can expand campus’ ability to support students in 1:1 format, increasing accountability, building resilience, and fostering mental health and well-being while reserving clinical capacity for students with higher acuity needs.
  • Peer-to-Peer Community Support: Learn about the transformative power of clinically moderated peer-to-peer support in creating a community of care and connection.
This webinar isn't just a conversation — it's a stepping stone to a new era in student mental health. Whether planning for the upcoming spring semester or looking ahead to fall, these upstream strategies are your horizon for change.