Universities are ill equipped to handle the specialized nature of students with psychiatric disabilities. Dueto the increasing numbers of students with both identified and unidentified psychiatric disabilities, thiscase study provides guidance through a description and application of the Behavioral EcologicalStrengths-Focused (BES) Model. Use of the BES Model assists administrators and faculty tosimultaneously support students with psychiatric disabilities while maintaining standards for gatekeepingrequired in master’s level programs.
Recommended Repository Citation
Desrosiers, Patricia and Cappiccie, Amy. (2015). The BES Model: Student Support and Gatekeeping Tool. Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, 15 (6), 71-84.
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