This guide explains Santa Ana College’s psychological services internship program, including training goals and activities, intern qualifications, and disabled students services internship activities.
Health & Wellness ResourcesThese health and wellness resources are an extensive, curated collection of tools and resources. The library includes external resources as well as resources that were developed under CCC Health & Wellness or submitted by the colleges. Search by keyword, topic, and/or audience.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has launched a series of online trainings for mental health professionals, medical professionals, and others to learn about ACEs and how to prevent them.
The MSW@USC, the online Master of Social Work program at the University of Southern California published a guide that helps family and friends understand and support someone who is self-harming, as well as provide intervention strategies for loved ones.
This one-pager outlines common concerns of college students with autism spectrum disorders and of their professors, and suggests educational and social strategies to support these students.
Promoting Pathways to Financial Stability: A Resource Handbook on Building Financial Capabilities of Community College Students
This handbook is designed for community college personnel, potential partners, and supporters with an interest in empowering students to better manage their financial lives. It uses detailed case studies (such as Foothill College and Skyline College in California) to discuss … read more
This is a psychological services internship program application.
SRJC’s psychological intern program website, providing information about the program.
PTSD Coach was designed for those who have, or may have, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This app provides you with education about PTSD, information about professional care, a self-assessment for PTSD, opportunities to find support, and tools that can help … read more
This matrix provides considerations that colleges can use to assess new referral sources (e.g., mental health and sbustance abuse treatment providers).
Developed by David M. Joseph, Ph.D with information adapted from presentations given by Minnesota Army National Guard Chaplain Lieutenant Colonel John Morris.
Resource Guide for Serving Students with Psychological Disabilities in California’s Community Colleges
The California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) suicide prevention social marketing program is one component of the MHSA Suicide Prevention initiative, which uses a full range of strategies from Prevention to Early Intervention to prevent suicides across ages and backgrounds. … read more
The NIDA Quick Screen and NIDA-modified ASSIST are appropriate for patients age 18 or older. You may deliver it as an interview and record patient responses, or read the questions aloud and have the patient fill out responses on a … read more
This page provides a list of characteristics of people with Asperger Syndrome, challenges they may experience in college, and clear tips for supporting these students.
Addresses how to deal with students who have problems ranging from aggression and potential violence to substance abuse, suicide and irrational behavior. Clicking on one of the problems listed leads to a page of useful information, including do’s and don’t’s … read more
Interactive website with tools to help you check your drinking patterns, identify signs and symptoms of a problem, and cut back.
This tool will allow you to calculate the economic returns of services or programs that improve mental health in your student population. You will be asked a handful of questions about your campus, including: Enrollment size Approximate institutional drop-out rate … read more
This research is intended to provide an overview of the history of campus violence, including a summary of relevant research on campus risk mitigation concluding with a proposal for a comprehensive risk mitigation and management threat intervention model that formalizes … read more
Non-profit organization offers information, resources, and referrals for dating violence, homelessness, sexual abuse, and other issues affecting youth. 24-hour hotline for dating/domestic violence: (800) 621-4673
A coalition of 11 non-profit, non-religious Samaritans suicide prevention centers in the United States who respond collectively to almost 250,000 calls annually. Its primary purpose is to further the Samaritans principles of befriending people who are depressed, in crisis and … read more
Information from an anti-violence organization associated with Stanford University.