HOW WE ARE DIFFERENT

We understand one-size trainings don't fit all. We believe training should be customized to meet your needs.
FLEXIBILITY

Whether you are looking for a full- or half-day of training, we offer flexibility to schedule training to fit campus schedules.

EXPERTISE

With years of professional experience, we bring a wealth of real-world ideas and knowledge to support your campus community.

ABOUT CRP

Our mission is to help campus communities become better prepared to work with students.
Meeting the Cultural and Mental Health Needs of Campus Communities

The Campus Readiness Project (CRP) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a mission to assist university and college communities to better meet the cultural and mental health needs of students, faculty, and staff. The CRP offers programs for both general audiences and clinical staff. Programs for general audiences are taught at a sophisticated level in the general, every-day language of the campus community. These programs are designed to increase literacy as well as break down barriers and stigma regarding specific populations and/or mental health concerns within the campus community. CRP Executive Director Ted C. Bonar, PsyD has presented, written, coordinated, and designed specific campus-related trainings and events for over 75 university and college campuses nationwide, as well as several dozen non-campus related events, including customized programs for the American Association of Suicidology and The National Center for Veterans Studies at The University of Utah. The CRP programs aim to provide sophisticated, engaging, interactive trainings to both general audiences and clinical staff.

  • COORDINATED EVENTS

    The number of universities and campuses for which we've presented, written, coordinated, and designed training events.

  • HOST SITES

    The number of previous host sites for speakers on the CPR panel.

  • CONFERENCES

    The number of professional conferences at which we have presented.

  • AVAILABLE TRAINING

    The number of training offered that CRP could bring to your campus.

Ted Bonar, PsyD
Executive Director