On the Innovation of Mental Health Education for Postgraduate Students in the WeChat Era
Volume 8, Issue 6, November 2019, Pages: 344-348
Received: Dec. 2, 2019;
Published: Dec. 3, 2019
Views 82 Downloads 39
Li Tianwei, Counseling Center of Psychological Health and Education, Southwest Forestry University, Kunming, China
Background With the increasing scale of the enrollment of the graduate students, the mental health problems of the postgraduates is becoming more and more prominent. The traditional method of mental health education does not seem to meet the needs of the mental health education in the new media age. Mental health workers in colleges and universities need to explore new ways to transform the challenges brought by the new media era into opportunities. Methods The paper studies the opportunity and challenge brought by the arrival of WeChat in the post-graduate mental health education through the literature analysis. Results The results indicated that (1) The lack of the system of post-graduate mental health education; (2) the relative lagging of the related research of the post-graduate mental health education; (3) the research tools and methods of the post-graduate mental health education are single. Conclusion (1) The popularization of WeChat in the postgraduates, the extension of the function of WeChat and the strengthening of the internationalization level have made WeChat a new way of education for educators. (2) To carry out the post-graduate mental health education, should adapt to this trend as soon as possible, make use of the function of WeChat as soon as possible, and continuously explore the innovative methods of effective postgraduate mental health education, including the use of the function of WeChat, and improve the "micro" of the mental health educators. By using the micro-mail public platform, the mental health knowledge is regularly pushed, and the hierarchical network of the WeChat mental health education is constructed.
On the Innovation of Mental Health Education for Postgraduate Students in the WeChat Era, Education Journal.
Vol. 8, No. 6,
2019, pp. 344-348.
Baidu encyclopedia. WeChat [eb/ ol]. Http://baike.baidu.com/view/5117297.htmfromid5121030. 2013 / 03 / 25
Kuang Wenbo. China's WeChat Development Report 2013. Annual Report on Development of New Media in China. 2014 (5). pp. 42-54.
Hou Huan. The problems and countermeasures of postgraduates' mental health in the new era [J]. Journal of Shandong Institute of Agricultural Engineering. vol. 9, 2018, pp. 168-171.
Chen Li. Analysis of psychological stress and influencing factors of graduate students [J]. Social Science Research, vol. 3. 2011, pp. 105-106.
Ma Xiting, Li Weihua. Investigation and study on mental health status and life stress of graduate students [J]. Special education in China. vol. 4, 2011, pp. 91-96.
Chen Wenyan. A brief analysis of mental health problems of graduate students in colleges and universities [J]. Academic Theory, vol. 6. 2013, pp. 192-193.
Fang Xianyu. Research on WeChat Public Number of Shaanxi Normal University in the Perspective of Organization and Communication [D]. Shaanxi Normal University, 2017.
Cai Qi. A study on the Application of ideological and political Education in the official WeChat official account in Colleges and Universities [D]. East China normal University, 2018.
Chen Wenyan. A brief analysis of mental health problems of graduate students in colleges and universities [J]. Learn theory. vol. 6, 2013, pp. 192-193.
Fang Hongzhi, Xu Yiru, Huang Qiuxia. The analysis of the psychological health of the postgraduates and the study of the countermeasures [J]. Journal of Bohai University (Natural Science Edition). vol. 2, 2018, pp. 188-192.
Kang Jingqi. Study on the mental health education of college students under the new media environment visual threshold [J]. Modern communication. 2019 (02) pp. 174-175.
Fang Hongzhi, Fan Yaru. Research on perfecting the new mechanism of mental health education for graduate students [J]. Chinese graduate students. vol. 12, 2017, pp. 55-58.
Sun Xi. A probe into strengthening and improving the path of mental health education for graduate students in colleges and universities [J]. The new west. vol. 18, 2018, pp. 140-141.
Zhang Linan, Chen Zhuomin. A study on the ways of mental health education for college students under the background of micro era [J]. Heilongjiang education (theory and practice). 2019 (z1) pp. 53-54.
Hu Zhonghui. Graduate education informationazation: from welcome to graduation [J]. China Education Network. 2015 (4) 61-64.