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School of Education and Human Development Presents Annual ‘Voices of Impact’ Speaker Series-
The Texas A&M School of Education and Human Development (SEHD) welcomes you to its annual ‘Voices of Impact’ speaker series. This year’s edition will feature faculty and doctoral students from our School sharing their insight with the Bryan-College Station community.2
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How a grant will address gaps in adolescent mental health access in Brazos Valley-
A new grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration awarded to Dr. Carly McCord at Texas A&M University looks to reduce a shortage of adolescent mental health professionals by providing necessary funding and training.
Counseling and Assessment Clinic answers call to serve during pandemic-
As life came to a screeching halt due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Counseling and Assessment Clinic at Texas A&M University, and its team of faculty supervisors and graduate student clinicians, did not relent in providing services to the Brazos Valley.
CEHD and College of Medicine receive $1.7M for work in schools-
13 health-related colleges and universities across the state will address mental health challenges and work to improve the mental health care system for children in Texas.
ADHD Research: From Child To Adult-
More than six million children are diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD. It is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders of childhood.
How Does Mental Health Impact Immigrants In Schools?-
Dr. Sara Castro-Olivo moved to the United States from El Salvador at 14 years old where she enrolled in high school. Her American public school experiences, and those of her classmates, helped shape her future studies and career.
Expanding Health Resources For Texas-
In Texas, there are more than 400 health care professional shortage areas – many of which are in rural areas. People living in those areas cannot afford the time or financial burden to travel to the nearest health provider which could be hundreds of miles away. The result is that most of them do not get the help they need.
Professor To Speak At Mental Health Conference-
Educational Psychology professor Dr. Tim Elliott will be a panel speaker at the Broadband Prescriptions For Mental Health: A Policy Conference held at the University of Houston Law Center on Wednesday, May 18.
Telehealth Clinic Serves Increasing Mental Health Needs-
The Department of Educational Psychology is currently partnering with health resource facilities in surrounding counties to meet the increasing mental health needs of patients through services provided by its Telehealth Counseling Clinic (TCC).
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