Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
School of Education
This qualitative investigation examines the use of behavioral agreements by Senior Student Affairs Officers and Counseling Center Directors to manage student mental health concerns and minimize behavior that poses threats to campus communities. Six pairs of Senior Student Affairs Officers and Counseling Center Directors at the same institution were interviewed for this study. In addition, documents concerning mental health and threat assessment policy and protocols are also examined and discussed. An expanded theory of practice known as Student Intervention Facilitators is presented as an option to mandated psychotherapy.
Geiger, Douglas A., "The Use of Behavioral Agreements by Senior Student Affairs Officers and Counseling Center Directors to Manage Student Mental Health Concerns and Minimize Threatening Behavior" (2010). Dissertations. 29.
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