Research in the Works
The Peer Support for Success (PASS) coaching intervention provides a full school year of individualized academic peer coaching to freshman and sophomore college students with Serious Mental Health Conditions (SMHCs). The goal of coaching is to support academic success and self-efficacy.
Golden, L., Cruz, S., Costa, A., & Davis, M. (2017). Peer Academic Support for Success (PASS): Peer Coaching for College Students with Serious Mental Health Conditions (SMHCs). Psychiatry Information in Brief, 14 (9). Retrieved from https://escholarship.umassmed.edu/pib/vol14/iss9/1
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Education and Training, Transition Age Youth
PASS, Peer Coaching, College, Serious Mental Health Conditions