Students' Mental Health Needs: Problems and Responses

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Subject index
academic staff 97, 179
accommodation 184–6, 188, 249
ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) 133–4
admission 181, 184, 188
age 89, 96, 101, 171
alcohol 87, 92–4, 113, 128–9
Allitt, Beverley 29
Association of Managers of Student Services in Higher Education (AMOSSHE) 172
Association of University and College Counsellors (AUCC) 171
BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) 154
Blackstone, Tessa 117
Brief Symptom Inventory 87
Cambridge, University of 148
career 89, 149
chaplains 227, 234, 238
Christianity see religion
Christmas 237, 250
Clarendon College 193
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy 214, 218–9
Columbia, University of (USA) 85
communication 72, 134, 157
Compassionate Friends 79
confidentiality 23, 27–8, 29, 73, 77, 136–7, 153–4, 176
counselling 21, 45, 47, 56–7, 97, 102, 150, 173–5, 178, 180
crisis 183, 187, 204
CVCP (Committee of Vice Chancellors and Principals) 16, 118, 146, 154–5, 162–4, 172, 190, 256, 264
Dearing Report 14, 17, 108
Department of Health 63, 152
depression 71, 91, 127, 132, 134, 184, 210, 220, 249
diagnosis 72, 133, 160
disability 13–4, 30
Disability Discrimination Act 1995 10, 11, 15
disability officers see mental health co-ordinators
disability statement 163
disabled students 15–16
disability unit 84
drop-out 112, 114
drugs (illicit) 87, 113–4, 126, 128–9
duty of care 181
eating disorder 127, 155, 164, 186
employment 111, 114
ethnicity 92, 96, 101 see also international students
examinations 77, 99, 101, 237
faith see religion
family 95, 111, 157, 244 see also parents
FEFC (Further Education Funding Council) 10
financial problems 107, 109, 113
Freud, S. 159
friends 20, 48, 52, 95, 103, 161
further education 193–206
gender 89, 96, 107, 245

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