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Mental Health Trainings in California's Higher Education System Are Associated with Increased Confidence and Likelihood to Intervene with and Refer Students

Published Feb 2, 2015

by Karen Chan Osilla, Michelle W. Woodbridge, Rachana Seelam, Courtney Ann Kase, Elizabeth Roth, Bradley D. Stein

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Reports on an evaluation of California mental health trainings offered to staff and students in California's higher education system.

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