Identity-Based Concerns with Mental Health Services at Counseling and Mental Health Services (CAMHS)
Diversify CAMHS is a collective of Harvard students (not affiliated with University Health Services (UHS) nor with CAMHS) dedicated to increasing mental health resources at Harvard for students of all backgrounds and identities. We have created this survey to collect quantitative data and qualitative experiences from Harvard students and alumni about Counseling and Mental Health Service's proficiency in working with minority students. We hope to use your data to support our proposal which will demand the hiring of culturally- and linguistically-competent mental health professionals who represent the diversity of the Harvard student body.
All responses are anonymous, unless you choose to include your email address at the end of the survey. If you have any comments, questions or concerns, please contact us at diversifycamhs@gmail.com
What is your class year?
Which school do/did you attend?
What is your racial/ethnic identity?
What is your sexual orientation?
What is your gender identity?
What is your religious and/or cultural identity?
Which socioeconomic class does your family fall under?
Income amounts are average annual household incomes for a family of four.
Are you a first-generation college student?
During your time as a student, have you visited CAMHS or other mental health services on campus?
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If you answered yes above, who was your mental health professional?
How likely are/were you to use CAMHS?
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Very
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How likely are/were you to use peer counseling groups?
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Very
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Which of the following are you most likely to go to if you're struggling with a mental health issue?
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