Vice President Chris Ogle, Ripon alumni co-write handbook on mental health and students

Dr. Philip K. McCullough ’69 and his daughter Kristen M. Granchalek ’04, a licensed clinical social worker, have written a book in collaboration with Vice President and Dean of Students Chris Ogle.  “Mental Health and the Adaptation to College: a Handbook for Residence Advisors” is available through Amazon and other retailers in both paperback and ebook formats.

The handbook was released in November and is being used at Ripon College with the hope other colleges and universities will adopt it as a resource for residence advisors and faculty.

For more information, read this story from The Woodstock Independent.


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