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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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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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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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Texas Counseling Association Nov 7
Ella Baron conducted a series of interviews with college students, many who had suspended their studies because of mental health concerns and created a series of sketches about the mental health crisis at colleges.
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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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Jeffrey A Hepburn Jan 4
Did you know that 12% of Ontario students considered suicide in 2016 alone? Check out this blog post regarding mental health on college campuses for more surprising information:
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GetSet Sep 3
RT : I wonder how the mental health crisis on university campuses might be impacted if professors practiced greater compassion and didn’t make assumptions about their students.
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Carl E. Clark II Aug 22
Did you know that 75 percent of all mental health conditions begin by age 24? encourages parents and loved ones to start the conversation by downloading its free guide ().
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Jennifer Battle Oct 19
“Culture of masking” meaning giving the perception that nothing is wrong.
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Jessica Smith, Ph.D. 9h
If You’re a Student Who’s Struggling With Mental Health, These 7 Tips Will Help: via
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College Parent Facts Nov 8
Mental health diagnoses and treatment of college students increased substantially between 2007 and 2017. More than one-third of students reported a diagnosed condition in 2016-2017.
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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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lorinda strang Mar 16
This is unbelievably tragic and should be a URGENT public health warning about the dangers of ordering prescription drugs online. Find the source —Heartbreaking.
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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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Karla Neill Gregg Feb 17
Honored to be part of the planning team for this conference.
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Adolfo Guzman-Lopez Sep 7
says 40 percent of students need services but don't seek them. Campus therapists say more counselors would allow outreach on campus and running support groups. Common student issues: anxiety, panic attacks, grief, unresolved childhood trauma
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP 13h
What's really behind the increase in anxiety & depression in adolescents & young adults?
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP Dec 12
College students experiencing worse mental health, but feel more positively about seeking help.
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP Dec 12
When it comes to staffing & funding, student affairs & may fare better than other departments.
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Jessica Smith, Ph.D. Dec 10
Many students experience mental health difficulties, such as depression, anxiety, & overwhelming stress. These signs should alert parents to possible issues and encourage them to talk with their child:
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