Therapists guide ULV community in handling mental health

Elleni Koulos is joined by therapists Claire Perrault, Ferdinand Aliga and Bryanna Gutierrez in a discussion of the importance of therapy and counseling on Monday. The Q&A session, part of the Mental Health Mondays weekly series, allowed faculty and students to become informed about the key factors of mental health and how to manage it. / screenshot by Rachel Kendrick
Elleni Koulos is joined by therapists Claire Perrault, Ferdinand Aliga and Bryanna Gutierrez in a discussion of the importance of therapy and counseling on Monday. The Q&A session, part of the Mental Health Mondays weekly series, allowed faculty and students to become informed about the key factors of mental health and how to manage it. / screenshot by Rachel Kendrick

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