CCMH is an international Practice-Research-Network that brings together clinical work, research, and technology. CCMH collects data through routine clinical practice from over 500 college and university counseling centers internationally, creating the largest PRN of it’s kind. The mission of CCMH is to create a standardized, continuously flowing database of college mental health data from participating college and university counseling/mental health centers that can serve as a resource for information and research on college student mental health.
CCMH is located at Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), at Penn State University.
CCMH’s efforts are informed and supported through the active involvement of a diverse array of experts and organizational partnerships. The organizations below have supported with CCMH over time and provide various forms of support including financial, technological, research, and more.
- Penn State University, Student Affairs (since 2004)
- Titanium Software (since 2004)
- AUCCCD – Association of University and College Counseling Center Directors (since 2005)
- ACCA – American College Counseling Association (2010-2013)
- ACPA and CCAPS – American College Personnel Association and the Commission for Counseling and Psychological Services (since 2011)
- Authorized CCAPS Distributors
Previous Supporters of CCMH
CCMH Business Team
- Ben Locke, PhD- Senior Director, Counseling & Psychological Services, Penn State University
- Brett Scofield, PhD- Associate Director, Counseling & Psychological Services, Penn State University
Research Project Manager
- Alaina Henry, BS- Master’s Student in Higher Education
Research Data Analyst
- Rebecca Janis, MS- Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology
Department of Psychology
- Louis Castonguay, PhD- Professor of Clinical Psychology
- Dever Carney, BA- Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology
- Ryan Kilcullen, BA- Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology
- Henry Xiao, MS- Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology
Department of Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education
- Jeffrey Hayes, PhD- Professor of Counseling Psychology