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Introduction (available to nonmembers)
Mental Health Concerns: What Are They and How Can Professionals Help?
Before They Go I: Collaborating with Counseling Offices
Before They Go II: Preparing Staff and Advising Students
Handling Emergencies Abroad
Web-based Mental Health Resources for Students and Staff
NAFSA would like to give special thanks to the following individuals who contributed to this publication:
- Barbara A. Lindeman, Director of Study Abroad & Assistant Director of the International Center, University of Missouri-Columbia
- Jeff Prince, PhD, Director of Counseling and Psychological Services, University Health Services, University of California-Berkeley (Chapters 1 and 2)
- Inés DeRomaña, Senior Policy Coordinator, University of California Education Abroad Program (Chapters 3 and 7)
- Joanna Holvey-Bowles, Vice President for Student Affairs, Institute for Study Abroad, Butler University (Chapters 4 and 5)
- Steve Hopkins, Esq., Cultural Insurance Services International (Chapter 6)
- Mark McLeod, PhD, Director of the Emory University Student Counseling Center
- Michelle Scheib, Project Specialist, National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange/Mobility International USA
NAFSA also gratefully acknowledges T.W. Lord & Associates, a NAFSA Global Partner, for underwriting this project.