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Industry news: Student Development

Students are happy to have their mental health issues shared with their parents

13 June 2019   (0 Comments)
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Two-thirds of students say universities should warn parents if they have mental health crisis, according to research.

The yearly Student Academic Experience Survey asked over 14,000 full-time undergraduate students and found found that 66% supported telling someone’s parent or guardian about their mental health issues “under extreme circumstances”. Further 15% thought universities should be able to contact parents in "any circumstances".

Read more on The Guardian