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1 The Rising Prominence of College and University Mental Health Issues (Jerald Kay).
1.2 How prevalent are emotional disturbances and mental disorders?
1.3 Study limitations.
1.4 A developmental approach to college mental health.
1.5 Ethical and legal issues.
2 History of College Counseling and Mental Health Services and Role of the Community Mental Health Model (Paul Barreira and Malorie Snider).
2.2 Early develo... MORE
Dr. Victor Schwartz is currently university dean of students at Yeshiva University and associate professor of clinical psychiatry at Yeshiva's Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He established and was director of the Counseling Center at Yeshiva. Previously Dr. Schwartz was for many years the medical director and chief psychiatrist at the University Counseling Service at New York University. He has also served as assistant director of residency training in psychiatry at NYU School of Medicine. He is a Distinguished Fellow, an original member of the Presidential Task Force on College Mental Health and a member of the Committee on College Mental Health, and co-chair of the working group on law and college mental health all of the American Psychiatric Association. He is also a co-chair of the Committee on the College Student of the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry. He has written and lectured extensively on college mental health; particularly around the areas of the intersection of law, administration and college mental health, the management of mental health crises in colleges, psychiatric residency training in college mental health services and psychopharmacology practice in college mental health.