Are the architecture schools doing enough to tackle mental health problems?

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Abstract

Last month BD’s student columnist highlighted the pressures faced by architectural students. She talked to the universities to see what they are doing about this and whether it is enough... All universities have free and seemingly accessible counselling services and mental health support and most seem to have well-intentioned and comprehensive policies in place to help support students. In the responses I received (see all statements in full below) several things reappeared time and again.
Original languageEnglish
JournalBuilding Design
Publication statusPublished - 11 Oct 2016

Bibliographical note

Other contributors include Head of Architecture from the following institutions: Edinburgh, UCL, The CASS (London Met) and Oxford Brookes.

Keywords

  • Education Architecture Mental Health Students

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