Panelists answer therapy questions

Elleni Koulos, director of counseling and psychological services, joined by professional therapists Bradley Geske, Nicole Hernandez and John Hana, hosts an online panel for the weekly Mental Health Mondays series May 10. Students were given the opportunity to ask questions about the processes of psychological therapy and whether it was right for them. / screenshot by Rachel Kendrick
Elleni Koulos, director of counseling and psychological services, joined by professional therapists Bradley Geske, Nicole Hernandez and John Hana, hosts an online panel for the weekly Mental Health Mondays series May 10. Students were given the opportunity to ask questions about the processes of psychological therapy and whether it was right for them. / screenshot by Rachel Kendrick

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