Study finds African-American mothers live in fear that their sons will be stopped by people in authority and could potentially be killed, which impacts the way these women parent their sons.
Whether you’re single, dating or have been married for many years, everyone can use a little help in love and relationships. So why not learn about it on a college campus? “We go to school to learn science and math and English and history, but we don’t learn how to be in a relationship with […]
Most college athletes have access to highly-skilled doctors, physical therapists and trainers. They are offered academic support through tutoring and a dedicated space for study. Some of these college athletes receive scholarships. However, the expectations of strength, stability and ‘mental toughness’ inherent in sports culture often result in college athletes’ silence over concerns of their […]
The number of people privately dealing with mental health issues will stun you. It’s why alumni Brandon and Michi Marshall launched Project 375 — to make mental health the most important topic of conversation you have today.
Counselor Education graduate students Jerry Jasmin, Ella Shepherd, and Giscard Petion (pictured left to right) were selected for the 2018 National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Minority Fellowship Program as Master’s Mental Health fellows for their knowledge of and experience with racially and ethnically diverse populations, and commitment to provide mental health services to underserved minority transition-age youth, […]