Tags telehealth

Michigan universities and virtual therapy provider UWill partner on discounted services

by Emily Bamforth

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

by Emily Bamforth

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

by Emily Bamforth

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

by Betsy Foresman

With face-to-face meetings restricted, the university has expanded early-intervention programs so therapy can continue during the pandemic.

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