Proven Digital Interventions to Reduce Mental Health Disorders in College Populations
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Evidence from research trials and clinical practices demonstrate that after digital mental health intervention, between 50-70% of people recover from their depression and anxiety symptoms. At three months, more than 50% of people no longer meet the diagnostic criteria for depression or anxiety.
In this webinar, you'll learn from our panel of experts as they explore the “how” and “why” behind the success of digital mental health interventions at college and universities. During the discussion, you’ll learn how digital mental health tools:
- Enable a four-fold increase in access to care for students
- Help students overtime physical, geographic, and social barriers to care
- Reduce the prevalence of anxiety, depression and eating disorders in college populations
- Have been proven effective through published research studies and real-world applications
Kaitlin Gallo, Ph.D., Chief Clinical Officer, Christie Campus Health (moderator)
Dr. Derek Richards, Chief Science Officer, SilverCloud Health
Dr. Barr Taylor, Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University
Chris Pate, Global Product Director, SilverCloud Health