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Shane Owens PhD ABPP May 23
What if colleges went even further upstream to K-12 schools & the communities in which the campuses are located?
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Ranna Parekh, MD May 23
How To Help Your Child Reduce Their Stress And Thrive During College
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Candida Fink May 23
Thread. services remain wildly variable in access for students. Twice this week patients told me stories of confusion over where & who to call - long waits for responses & appts & long wait times & closed groups. This is unacceptable! 1/4
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP May 22
Maybe colleges & families could work together to give students more freedom & responsibility.
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP May 21
Having a kid home from college for the summer can be great or awful. One thing's for sure: it will take a lot of compromise. via
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UniWellness Care Feb 8
Data from on 450k+ undergraduates revealed an increase in seeking on and in the diagnosis and treatment of eight concerns, indicating greater willingness to use services.
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Mandy Vela May 1
The day has arrived! Impact Summit is in full swing & we’re here. What better way to kick off Mental Health Awareness Month. Come see us on the 3rd floor and let’s chat about mental health and shifting the conversation.
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The shU ROCK Project Jan 16
We are so excited to start our project! Check out our instagram for more awesome pictures!
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The shU ROCK Project Jan 16
Want to be a university ambassador? DM us for details! Help spread the positivity!
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The Shrink Space May 3
May is DYK- Incorporating humor into your life can lower stress hormones, strengthen immune system & improve mood? Connect w others, watch stand up, read something funny, or spend time with animals to bring humor into your day!
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SilverCloudHealth May 1
A5: Anxiety, perfectionism, depression, sleep, alcohol use, disordered eating are all common in the college health population. Find out what resources your campus offers, and don’t be afraid to ask for help.
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The Shrink Space Apr 9
Incredible to see students taking matters into their own hands and advocating for their needs
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SilverCloudHealth May 1
A2: Look for Peer counseling and groups, counseling services (general and sports psychologists), digital programs like SilverCloud Health that can be self-guided or coached by a clinician or peer.
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Erica Riba Mar 12
Excited to learn and connect with colleagues in the field at the College Mental Health Research Symposium
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Erin Haugen, PhD Dec 21
Do you know someone who is an awesome advocate for student mental health? Nominate them for this award! (Scroll ⬇️ for nomination announcement)
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Lifelong Learner Dec 7
“A new study found a 34-percent increase over the last ten years of college students with mental health issues. Busy schedules, working and the cost of college are causing pressure for college students.”
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Sam Feenstra Jan 22
doing my laundry really improves my mental state. I wish chocolate would do the same.
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Daniel Gih MD FAPA Jan 27
For me, it is in the best interests of the university to ensure all its students are successful. We want our alumni to contribute to society, advance the reputation of the institution, and give back.
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The shU ROCK Project Jan 28
Our rocks are all over main campus! Find one and post a pic to promote
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SilverCloudHealth May 1
A3: Losing sleep, excessive drug or alcohol use, or lots of worry, low motivation, or procrastination can be signs that mental health services could be helpful to you. Reach out.
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