COLLEGE MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM
Stephanie Pinder-Amaker, PhD, Director,
College Mental Health Program
Welcome to the College Mental Health Program at McLean Hospital. Established in 2008, the program's mission is to help college students with mental illness and adjustment issues live more productive lives by providing the highest level of psychiatric care and working closely with the college student-patient, their families and their institutions of higher education to ensure the greatest probability of academic success.
If you are...
- a college or university student who is struggling with a mental illness;
- a student thinking about seeking help at McLean Hospital;
- a friend worried about a peer who is receiving treatment in a psychiatric hospital;
- a mental health professional interested in learning more about McLean Hospital's resources for college students;
- a college or university administrator concerned about supporting students more effectively through practice, policy and programming; or
- a parent of a college student who is struggling with a mental illness or adjustment to campus life
- What to Expect in the ER
- Check out our Featured Campus Programs for ideas of projects you can bring to your campus to raise awareness about mental health issues.
University Administrators or College Mental Health Professionals
- Visit McLean Hospital. Take a tour of our campus and meet the treatment teams on the units that serve college students.
- Complete our College Database Survey which gives key information about protocols of your school to our treatment teams
About McLean Hospital
U.S. News & World Report ranked McLean Hospital first among all freestanding psychiatric hospitals. McLean Hospital is the largest psychiatric facility of Harvard Medical School, an affiliate of the Massachusetts General Hospital and a member of Partners HealthCare.