Results: "mental health"

Armed Man Goes on Stabbing Spree in Pa. Mental Health Facility

Seven people were injured, including the attacker, in the incident.

Read: Study Links Internet Addiction and Mental Health Issues in College Students

Study Links Internet Addiction and Mental Health Issues in College Students

The study found a correlation between excessive internet use and depression, anxiety and impulsiveness, among other things.

Read: Report Suggests Creating Mental Health Programs for Police

Report Suggests Creating Mental Health Programs for Police

The report found that very few departments are prepared to respond to officer trauma.

Read: Texas Allows Guns in Public Mental Health Clinics

Texas Allows Guns in Public Mental Health Clinics

Some facilities are exempt from the new law, including hospitals licensed under Chapter 241 of the Texas health and safety code.

Read: Florida University System Requests $20M to Correct Police, Mental Health Staffing Deficits

Florida University System Requests $20M to Correct Police, Mental Health Staffing Deficits

The state’s public university officials say they have struggled to keep up with an increase in student enrollment.

Read: How to Protect Mental Health Providers

How to Protect Mental Health Providers

Mental health professionals must be able to recognize when a client is exhibiting behavior that is threatening or concerning.

Read: Virginia Mental Health Facility to Install Symmetry Access Control System

Virginia Mental Health Facility to Install Symmetry Access Control System

The Commonwealth Center for Children & Adolescents will use AMAG Technology’s Symmetry V8 access control system to improve security.

Read: Oregon University Uses Student’s Mental Health Records in Court

Oregon University Uses Student’s Mental Health Records in Court

Employees and students are upset after Oregon University used the mental health records of a student who is suing the school in court to defend itself.

Read: Mental Health Rules Fall Short for Armed Security Officers

Mental Health Rules Fall Short for Armed Security Officers

Currently, only four states require armed security officers to undergo mental health screenings.

The State of Mental Health on U.S. College Campuses

Nearly one in 10 college students is receiving counseling from on-campus mental health professionals.

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