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Supporting the Education of Young Adults with Serious Mental Health Conditions: State of the Science & State of the Practice

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Supporting the Education of Young Adults with Serious Mental Health Conditions:
State of the Science
Marsha Ellison, PhD, Michelle Mullen, MS, CRC, CPRP, and Kathleen Biebel, PhD
January 7, 2016

Description:
The majority of college students with serious mental health conditions do not finish school, jeopardizing their long-term employment. Can supported education services help?

Marsha Ellison, Michelle Mullen and Kathleen Biebel, researchers and trainers of supported education services, will host a 2-part webinar series presenting the state of the science 2nd state of the practice of supported education and related strategies for achieving post-secondary education goals of young adults with SMHC.

Part 1  Supported Education, State of the Science

  • What is supported education?
  • Why is it important?
  • What is the evidence?

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Supporting the Education of Young Adults with Serious Mental
Health Conditions: 
Part 2 State of the Practice
Michelle Mullen, MS, CRC, CPRP, Kathleen Biebel, PhD,
& Marsha Langer Ellison, PhD 
January 26, 2016

Description: Part 2  Supported Education, State of the Practice
The majority of college students with serious mental health conditions do not finish school, jeopardizing their long-term employment. Can supported education services help?

Marsha Ellison, Michelle Mullen and Kathleen Biebel, researchers and trainers of supported education services, hosted a 2-part webinar series presenting the state of the science 2nd state of the practice of supported education and related strategies for achieving post-secondary education goals of young adults with SMHC.

  • What are the education support needs of youth and young adults with mental health conditions?
  • What are the practices and services that meet those needs?

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Webinar Slides