Thursday, May 03, 2007

Teleconferencing allows students more access to psychiatrists

Two Illinois schools are making it possible for more students to address mental health issues by providing high-tech teleconferencing allowing students to meet with off-site psychiatrists. The move comes just as experts urged more screening of children for mental-health problems to alleviate poor school performance, bullying, depression and other disorders. Quad-City Times (Iowa), Education Week

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