In the last two months, 80% of college students say their mental health has worsened or has worsened significantly under COVID-19, according to a survey by Active Minds. In addition to the pandemic, colleges and universities continue to be challenged by keeping up with student demand for mental health services.

Today’s students represent a range of levels of autonomy and self-advocacy when it comes to accessing services they need. That’s why it’s more important than ever for students to be equipped with the tools to take an active role in their mental health. To best prepare students to navigate their mental health needs during college, Kognito has enhanced its evidence-based higher education simulation, At-Risk Mental Health for Students.

Join us for a webinar presentation to hear from a few of the subject matter experts from the new simulation, Dr. Victor Schwartz from The Jed Foundation (JED) and Dr. Kelly Kettlewell from Bucknell University to learn about the changes to At-Risk and how your students can benefit from this training simulation.

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Chief Medical Officer at The Jed Foundation

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Kelly Kettlewell, Ph.D.
Director of the Counseling & Student Development Center at Bucknell University

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Kim Wieland, MPH
Product Manager, Kognito

Kim serves as Product Manager for Kognito's education vertical, having previously served as Senior Client Experience Executive. Kim has had a diverse career across education, business, and non-profits, with a focus on helping communities build capacity to tackle challenges and seize opportunities at the local level. Prior to joining Kognito, Kim served as the Executive Director of the Industrial Supply Association which represents one of the largest manufacturing and distribution channels. Kim graduated from Washington Adventist University with degrees in History and Secondary Education, and holds an MPH in Global Health from George Washington University.
Brian Flumen
Product Owner

Brian Flumen recently joined Kognito’s Product Team after over 20 years of product management in education technology. As Product Owner for its education products, Brian bridges the gap between market needs and content and technical development, working closely with internal and external stakeholders. Prior to Kognito, Brian worked at McGraw-Hill, Scholastic, and other EdTech companies, large and small, on a variety of innovative digital products and services for students and teachers.
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Dr. Kelly Kettlewell is a licensed psychologist who earned her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Maryland in 2007. She currently serves as the Director of the Counseling & Student Development Center at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA.
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