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Posted by Alyssa on

Supporting Your Mental Health During COVID-19

COVID-19 has heavily impacted communities globally, with many individuals experiencing worsening mental health symptoms as a result of coronavirus-related stress and conditions. In the current state of the world, it’s more important than ever to assess the impact news, social media, and social distancing has on your mental health. Here are some steps and tips […]

Read Article 6 Min Read Anxiety




Posted by Grace on

Grief Looks Different for Everyone

After a year-long (serious) relationship, I broke up with my boyfriend. Although it was my choice to end the relationship, I still cried and at times longed to have him back. While sitting with my counselor, she mentioned that it was okay to process my emotions and feel sad, that it’s natural in “grieving process”.  […]

Read Article 6 Min Read Grief



Posted by Lexa on

Helping a Friend on Campus

Second semester of my freshman year of college, the counseling center sent a friend of mine to the hospital. The counselor was concerned that she was suicidal and both she and my friend thought it best that she sought outside treatment. While the choice was difficult, it was in the best interest of her safety […]

Read Article 6 Min Read Coping

Posted by Lexa on

Seven Self-care Suggestions

Self-care is trending. It’s a media buzzword thrown around casually, often with little valuable explanation. Self-care is a useful tool in general, but it can be a particularly important aspect of mental health care. While different forms of self-care can be fun and freeing, it must be taken seriously and should be well understood. Self-care […]

Read Article 4 Min Read Mental Health