Mental Health Abroad

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Government Connection: Improved Consular Safety and Security Messaging

International safety and security for students, faculty, and staff traveling abroad is a top priority for all U.S. colleges and universities many of whom base their programming and travel policies on safety information issued by the U.S. Department of State. With the announcement of a new leveled Travel Advisory system, institutions across the United States may need to review and revise their travel policies.

Dec 12, 2017
Invisible Identities Abroad

The prevalence of students participating in education abroad programs who have learning disabilities, food allergies, and other invisible identities has increased sharply in recent years. Review this presentation to learn more about advising students with invisible identities. These resources will

Oct 04, 2017
Crisis Management for Education Abroad

The complexities of the education field require ongoing training on risk management considerations. Whether a crisis affects large groups of traveling students or a single person abroad, Crisis Management for Education Abroad, will help you build core competencies in crisis management and risk assessment

Mar 30, 2017
Education Abroad Advising for Students with Mental Health Disabilities

As access to education abroad continues to increase, more and more students with mental health disabilities are participating in study abroad programs, providing education abroad professionals with an array of unique advising questions and situations.

Jan 29, 2015
Their Baggage Goes Too

"Their Baggage Goes, Too", by Karen Leggett writing for the 2012 NAFSA International Educator magazine's Health and Insurance Supplement, addresses the impact of student mental health issues on education abroad programs. "Mental health issues don't stay behind when students go abroad. But good preparation can help lessen the potential for negative impacts."

Aug 18, 2014
Mental Health and Education Abroad The EA KC Health and Safety Subcommittee provides the following recommendations in order to assist education abroad professionals in responding to student mental health needs. Nov 25, 2013
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