<p>From today's New York Times:
The Dorms May Be Great, but How's the Counseling?</p>
<p>..... Experts say that, given the prevalence of emotional difficulties on campus, it pays to find out, before choosing a college, what mental health services are available.</p>
<p>"Since each student has roughly a 50-50 chance of having some symptoms of depression or other problems, I think it has to be part of the consideration in choosing a college," said Dr. Kadison, who is also the author of "College of the Overwhelmed: The Campus Mental Health Crisis and What to Do About It." </p>
<p>Most universities offer counseling and other psychiatric care, but that care varies widely in range and quality. Some mental health services may be covered by a student's tuition, fees or health insurance. Others - visits to a psychotherapist or medication specialist in the community, for example - may not.....