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Strategies for improving college teachers’ mental health service

Ping Lu, Jianqiao Chen


Under the current environment, college teachers are facing new challenges of work pressure, and their mental health can not
be ignored. This paper focuses on the mental health status of college teachers and its infl uencing factors. In view of the problems existing
in the current mental health service for college teachers, such as unclear concepts, unclear subjects, lack of social understanding, lack of
systematic and professional services, this paper provides coping strategies for colleges and universities to carry out mental health services
for teachers from the aspects of overall planning, interaction of subjects, security to position, organization and personal improvement.


college teachers; Mental health services; Promotion strategy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/modern-management-forum.v6i10.5878