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Aneri Pattani Jan 17
As the demand for services soars, advocates have pushed to get students into treatment right away. But a new report suggests the rush to treat might not be helping students as much as asking them to wait. via
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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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SilverCloudHealth Jun 6
new partnership will help university students in their dorms with to treat depression and stress. Read more here.
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP Jan 30
"While anecdotally, students may feel an ease in receiving support through text, few studies have tested the effectiveness of peer counseling, especially compared to professional counseling." _professionals_ should be your 1st stop.
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NAMI Aug 15
Did you know that 75% of all mental health conditions begin by age 24? That’s why the college years are so critical for understanding and talking about mental health. Download our free guide and get started today: .
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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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Adolfo Guzman-Lopez Sep 14
I’m at Cal Poly Pomona today asking about I’m hearing about well being coaching for students, program to identify and help students in crisis
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Aneri Pattani Jan 16
Worrying stats: Rates of college students seriously considering and rates of suicide attempts increased for the eighth year in a row, a new report found.
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Scholarship Plus Mar 20
it's time to recognize and address as a unique set of challenges. Thanks for the shout-out 🙏
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Flawless Foundation May 9
It’s important to bring in faculty and staff’s own and wellbeing to make and inclusive
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Mike Atwater, PhD Jul 19
Excellent and important article, Need for continued outreach, cultural programs and research, etc. “It’s up to us to figure out what are the barriers.”
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP Jan 23
Are emotional support animals treatment or a substitute for that, which is often unavailable to college students?
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Katie Siepert 12 Oct 17
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NAMI Jul 2
If parents start a conversation about mental health before college, students can be more prepared to face ups and downs. Learn more about our free guide and more here.
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Susan Zinn LPCC,LMHC Jan 12
Can Blood Tests Detect Schizophrenia And Other Mental Illnesses
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Healthy Minds Network Mar 13
Thank you to all those who attended our College Mental Health Research Symposium!
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Aneri Pattani Jan 21
More college students are turning to emotional support animals, even amid the punchlines via
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Teaching & Learning Team Jan 17
Are you being rigorous or just intolerant? How to promote mental health in the college classroom:
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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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College Parent Facts Jan 20
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