thoughts on mental health (lily zheng, summer 2016)

 

stanford + mental health/assu issue brief (s+mh, Spring 2016)

 

"How Stanford forgot about its mental health crisis" (Lily zheng, april 2016)

"Students know that “mental health” should be acknowledged, yet lack the skills, training and/or resources to support their peers and residents exacerbates the institutional failures of this campus."

"By all accounts, Stanford is still in a mental health crisis – it’s just been masked by surface attempts to do better, well-intentioned efforts that nevertheless fail to address larger critiques and shortcomings of our education system and campus culture."

 

"When ducks drown: shifting paradigms of mental health" (lily zheng, Feb 2016)

"Positive impact won’t occur unless we do an honest job of trying to understand the myriad reasons why students struggle. We need to understand the systemic economic, social, psychological and physical inequities that affect students under the surface, and ensure that our efforts to promote students’ mental health are situated in a framework that takes it all into account: the stereotype threat, minority stress and cultural trauma; the overwork, heavy unit loads, duck syndrome."

 

wellspring campus mental health project proposal (fall 2015)

 

Stanford Healthy Campus 2020 Advisory Panel Report (Winter quarter 2014- Winter quarter 2015)

 

assu MENTAL HEALTH ISSUE BRIEF (SPRING 2015)

 

"Trouble in Paradise: The state of mental health at Stanford" (Stanford daily 2014)

 

STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING TASK FORCE REPORT (OCTOBER 2008)