Data indicates that student mental health as significantly worsened during the pandemic, according to an article in University Business.
The article notes, “Since the campus closed, Denison’s counselors have seen a higher than expected number of students participating in wellness sessions. They’ve even seen an increase in the number of students participating in Productivity Circle sessions for students with ADHD and similar conditions.
Dustin Brentlinger director of student health and wellness, says. “We’re looking at the fall to try to understand how to provide services,” he says. “We will continue to provide access to teletherapy with our counselor and face-to-face with social distancing.”