Best States for Mental Health Care

VIRTUAL EVENT: Mental Health at Princeton: Challenges, Opportunities and the Path Forward

Since 2020, Princeton students and the broader University community have faced the stressors and the disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic and have grieved the tragic deaths of several University community members. Students and campus partners have collaborated to identify gaps and address critical needs in mental health resources and supports, while continuing to address stigma in a campus culture and climate. Since 2023, stakeholders across the University community have worked to implement the recommendations in the Exploring Mental Health Needs at Princeton report. Hear from Dr. Calvin Chin as he highlights the challenges and opportunities facing the mental health needs of students and the University community.  

This is a virtual event.  A Zoom link will be shared upon registration. 

Wednesday, July 10, 2024

5:00 - 6:00 PM Central

This conversation will feature: 

Calvin R. Chin, PhD, Director, Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS), University Health Services 

Dr. Chin oversees all of the clinical and administrative functions of CPS.  He is especially interested in broadening the outreach that CPS does within the University community to de-stigmatize mental health and mental health treatment.  It is important to start an open dialogue about mental health to stop people from needlessly suffering.  Everyone struggles at some point in their life, and it’s a sign of courage and strength to reach out for help when you need it.




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