As vaccination rates rise and COVID’s hold on American society begins to wane, many are still struggling with the effects of the pandemic. Efforts surrounding mental health have come into greater focus over the past year, especially on the effects of isolation due to COVID-19.
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Assembly Bill 988, “The Miles Hall Lifeline Act,” was introduced by California Assembly member Rebecca Bauer-Kahan, D-Orinda, on Feb. 18. It would require the state to designate 988 as a mental health crisis hotline.
Dr. 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.
Student organizations and offices from the University of La Verne are collaborating on Stigma Free ULV, a campaign aimed at reducing the stigma associated with asking for help with common mental health conditions.
Monotony, isolation, boredom, stress, anxiety; all words that come to mind about the experience of living through a pandemic. It is not ideal for students’ mental health.
As college students, we tend to focus on completing the next assignment while ignoring our mental health. While academia seems like that is all there is in college, not focusing on mental health can be detrimental to your success.
Over the past nine months, most colleges and universities have moved some or all of their classes online, as an emergency measure to protect communities from the deadly COVID-19 Pandemic, which to date has killed more than 270,000 Americans.
The University of La Verne’s Campus Activities Board hosted “Movies for Mental Health,” a workshop online last week to bring awareness to mental health issues and help students learn about the importance of mental wellness.
My senior year in college was supposed to be filled with laughter, fun moments with my friends, and self discovery as I approach the time when I am supposed to finalize my career. I have always been one with a plan, but it is safe to say the things I have experienced due to the […]
A recent report finds that suicide among active duty military has increased during the past five years.