Students with Mental Illnesses in a University Setting: Faculty and Student Attitudes, Beliefs, Knowledge, and Experiences
Over the last decade, the topic of post-secondary supported education for people with severe and persistent mental illnesses has gained increasing attention and sparked interest in what colleges and universities can do to assist individuals with mental illnesses to achieve their educational goals. The purpose of this article is to discuss the issue and describe one university's strategy for improving the educational environment of students with psychiatric disabilities.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, v. 25, issue 4, p. 359-368
Scholar Commons Citation
Becker, Marion A.; Martin, Lee; Wajeeh, Emad; and Ward, John, "Students with Mental Illnesses in a University Setting: Faculty and Student Attitudes, Beliefs, Knowledge, and Experiences" (2002). Mental Health Law & Policy Faculty Publications. 81.