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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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College Reentry Aug 14
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Jeff Yalden Aug 12
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP Aug 8
All too often--because they occupy the space between a large undergraduate population & faculty & staff--graduate students are overlooked. They might need more help than anyone.
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Jeff Yalden Aug 7
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Jeff Yalden Aug 7
After a Student Athlete Suicide Jeff Yalden visits Lynnwood University -
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP Jul 31
Is it life before or at college that has gone so wrong that so many kids need therapy?
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Jessica Smith, Ph.D. Jul 29
Mental health concerns on college campuses are not limited to students. Professors struggle, too:
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Shane Owens PhD ABPP Jul 19
Diverse students come to campus with diverse attitudes about seeking mental health help. Be visible. Be available.
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Jessica Smith, Ph.D. Jul 5
As a student, can be tough. The weeks feel endless. We may have left a support system behind, perhaps returning to a family that doesn’t understand how we’re feeling. Tips on how to cope: via
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Pi Alpha Omega 1985 Jul 4
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EveryMind. Jul 2
Transitioning into college can put stress on your . discusses how you can best manage your mental health condition during this transition.
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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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JED Jul 2
We are excited to welcome to ! Looking forward to collaborating with you on strengthening mental health on your campus.
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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 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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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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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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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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