Master of Social Work (MSW)
This study includes a program evaluation of LSU Mental Health Services and its impact on the college students receiving services. The study used both an outcome survey (Schwartz Outcome Survey-10) to determine any changes in current life functioning and a satisfaction survey (Client Satisfaction Questionnaire-8) to assess the client’s perceived contentment with services provided. The expectations were that students would demonstrate an improvement in their current functioning after receiving treatment and that their outcome scores would correspond positively to reported client satisfaction scores. Results reveal that the student participants reported significant improvement in their overall functioning. In addition, the participants exhibited a significant positive correlation between functioning and client satisfaction at the 4-week follow-up.
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Johnston, Elizabeth S., "LSU Mental Health Service program evaluation" (2007). LSU Master's Theses. 2358.