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Psychiatric supervision of student university counsellors: a specialist registrar's perspective

  • Yogesh Ganeshalingam (a1)
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The University of Greenwich located in south-east London has a diverse student population from more than a hundred countries that comprises a community of approximately 4000. To support its students the university has a confidential individual counselling service and I was given the opportunity to provide psychiatric supervision to three permanent counsellors over the 2006/2007 academic year.

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Royal College of Psychiatrists (2003) The Mental Health of Students in Higher Education. Council Report CR112. Royal College of Psychiatrists.
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Psychiatric supervision of student university counsellors: a specialist registrar's perspective

  • Yogesh Ganeshalingam (a1)
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