CWU_Mental_Health_Services_

Statistical Overview:

1 st Six Weeks Fall 2018

1 st Six Weeks Fall 2017

% change

Number of clients seen

306 200

278 169 978

+10% +18%

Number of first time in clinic clients

Number of attended appointments (individual/grp) No show rate for all appointments (individual/group)

1057 5.7%

+8%

4.3%

+1.4% -20% +45% +25%

Number of crisis appointments

57

71

Percent of crisis clients seen the same day as requested Percent of crisis clients seen within 1 day of request Percent of individual therapy appointments that are weekly, on-going appointments Number of students on triage list for individual therapy services at end of 1 st six weeks Average wait for Initial Consult/Screenings (days) Number of Outreach Presentations/Services to University Community FTE Permanent Line Staff ( currently filled positions )

96%

51% 75%

100%

28.1%

54.8%

-26%

1

33

-97% -49%

4.42

8.61

26

15

+73%

4.39 0% Of note, with respect to the question of how students are informed of mental health resources and services, Counseling Services has provided 11 more outreach activities to the campus community (primarily student audiences) so far this Fall Quarter over last. Not only is Counseling Services seeing more clients, but are also out in the wider university community interacting with students more. These are opportunities to let students know about services as well as to provide population based interventions. In terms of who seeks services from the Counseling Services, the Counseling Services are proud that many diverse groups feel comfortable accessing our services. In terms of ethnic diversity, the percentage of Counseling Services students who reported identifying as an ethnic minority closely mirrors Central’s overall student population. Students who identify with a variety of diverse sexualities and gender identities are also strong consumers of Counseling Services. Another issue affecting mental health services at Central is the increasing acuity of mental health concerns facing students. Below are data comparing treatment seeking Central students (2017-2018) to the most recent data (2016-2017) from the Center for Collegiate Mental Health (CCMH). The CCMH data represents findings from over 200,000 treatment seeking students at universities across the US. 4.39

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