Universities replace face-to-face sessions with online counseling

Posted by Patrick Driscoll on

The growing demand for mental health services by Texas college students is forcing some universities to look for ways to replace time-consuming face-to-face sessions with online counseling.

The story appears in the Texas Tribune.

The online program reportedly cuts the time each student receives from a counselor by 70 percent.

Texas A&M University, the University of North Texas and Baylor University hope the online service will help reach more students.

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