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NYU Global Spiritual Life Jun 18
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Jeff Yalden Jun 16
After a Student Athlete Suicide Jeff Yalden visits Lynnwood University -
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Jeff Yalden Jun 15
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Andrew Crain Jun 11
Replying to @andrewcrain
In the end, I guess my ultimate reflection from the Bauman quote is that we don’t acknowledge our important roles in . Systemically, as an industry, we should be helping more students to handle the burden of choice - not ratcheting up the stakes ever more. 8/8
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP Jun 11
Be the kind of who lets their college kid do things for themselves. Wait for them to trip before you go helping them up.
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Susan Zinn LPCC,LMHC Jun 7
Trying to be is Killing our . from too much and trying to be perfect to get into .
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Dr. Shane Owens May 29
Vital advice for families of kids with mental health issues headed to college in the fall.
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GoodTherapy.org May 29
Mental health issues are increasing among college students, and many studies point to the importance of strong social support networks to mitigate risk.
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP May 25
Too often, we overlook the suffering of graduate students, which is different from--if not more intense--than that of undergraduates.
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP May 25
Disclosing to parents of students at-risk for suicide depends on schools' ability to identify _imminent_ risk - a very difficult call to make.
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP May 14
How to maintain vital lines of communication when sending a kid with a mental health issue to campus
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Jessica Smith, Ph.D. May 10
Record Numbers of College Students Are Seeking Treatment for Depression and Anxiety — But Schools Can't Keep Up
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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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Jessica Smith, Ph.D. May 8
Replying to @ACHA_Tweets
One in 12 U.S. college students makes a suicide plan and is the second-leading cause of death amongst this demographic (). It’s time we take mental health seriously on college campuses. It’s everyone’s responsibility. 14/14
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP May 5
When my tweets get more traffic than usual & have a typo, I never know whether it's my against-the-grain thinking or my typo that gets attention. Just in case: it's toxicity--not masculinity--that causes problems.
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP May 5
We have to be careful with equating "traditional masculinity" with toxicity. Make it about behavior, not gender-associatd traits. Behaving poorly knows no gender.
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP May 4
What to do about cases in which a campus has a staff member who is well-trained in treatments but doesn't meet diversity criteria? Can there be justice in removing a student from a campus for safety reasons?
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Dr. Stacey Cahn Apr 28
Outstanding op-ed from Pres. is #1 presenting problem in college counseling centers. And it's not by accident.
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Fadia AlBuhairan Apr 20
University students: you know you’re in good hands when your leadership President AUB expresses his support for promoting and supporting
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Dr. Leah Klungness Apr 11
Limiting student access to mental health services + loss of student privacy inevitable given short sighted policy decision
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