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Mental Health Education it’s Importance to Vocational Colleges

Yue Dai, Paul T.Malecdan


In order to alleviate the increasingly frequent psychological problems in higher vocational colleges in recent years, the intensity of mental health education in higher vocational colleges is increasing. As a kind of university education, vocational education is an important part of education, which is mainly to cultivate applied talents suitable for social production and service. Compared with ordinary university education, vocational college students are more likely to have psychological problems due to social environment, academic performance, learning content and other reasons, such as inferiority complex, rebellion, poor self-management ability and other reasons. This paper takes the students of Cangzhou Vocational and Technical College as the research object, uses the case study method and questionnaire survey method to analyze and study the causes and performance of the psychological problems of higher vocational students, and puts forward the innovative method of mental health education in higher vocational colleges. Mental health education can make people maintain a positive and good psychological state, conducive to the development of students and school management, and even conducive to the stability of society, promote the comprehensive development of students in higher vocational colleges.


Mental health education; Vocational education; Higher vocational colleges

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i6.7712