Michigan universities and virtual therapy provider UWill partner on discounted services
The Michigan Association of State Universities is working with UWill to allow its member schools to supplement in-person therapy sessions.
Many college students seek mental-health help after hours, app maker shows
Forty percent of students who used the TimelyCare app for mental-health check-ins did so outside of normal business hours, its developers said.
Sacred Heart U. graduate students can video chat or text with a therapist for free
The Fairfield, Connecticut, school wants to support graduate students with a flexible online solution instead of making them visit on-campus providers.
U. Illinois loans devices, Wi-Fi hotspots for early childhood therapy
With face-to-face meetings restricted, the university has expanded early-intervention programs so therapy can continue during the pandemic.