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Frontiers in Educational Psychology, 2024, 5(1); doi: 10.38007/JEP.2024.050101.

The Dilemma and Outlet of College Students' Mental Health Education


Yunting Mu

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Yunting Mu

School of Mechanical Engineering, Wanjiang University of Technology, Maanshan, China


With the rapid development of society and the deepening of education reform, the mental health of college students has been paid more and more attention. As an important part of quality education in colleges and universities, mental health education is of great significance for cultivating college students' sound personality and good psychological quality. However, the current mental health education of college students still faces many difficulties, such as insufficient teachers, single educational content and method, and lack of effective evaluation mechanism. The purpose of this paper is to deeply analyze these difficulties and put forward the corresponding solutions, in order to provide reference for improving the quality of mental health education for college students.


College Students, Mental Health Education, Dilemma, Outlet

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Yunting Mu. The Dilemma and Outlet of College Students' Mental Health Education. Frontiers in Educational Psychology (2024), Vol. 5, Issue 1: 1-6. https://doi.org/10.38007/JEP.2024.050101.


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