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The Value of Helping College Students with Schizophrenia Socialize

October 15, 2019

The Value of Helping College Students with Schizophrenia Socialize

Navigating mental health issues while away from home can be difficult for any college student, but especially for those with schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder. Compared with other students, students with schizophrenia are 70% more likely... read more
You Are Not Alone: Major Depression in College

October 1, 2019

You Are Not Alone: Major Depression in College

All the sudden, you’re in a new place, away from friends and family. Students keep coming up to you, throwing flyers in your face, giving you bins to take up to your new home…one you... read more
When to Consider Psychiatric Residential Treatment

September 18, 2019

When to Consider Psychiatric Residential Treatment

Your child’s mental health journey might begin as soon as they set foot onto their college campus. The first year of college is packed with new experiences, as your child will be off on their... read more
Safe Spaces on College Campuses

September 3, 2019

Safe Spaces on College Campuses

Colleges around the U.S. offer many options for peer groups, clubs and activities. When you’re dealing with mental health issues, it can be difficult to make commitments to these organizations, knowing you need to take... read more
Meaningful Work for Young Adults with Major Depressive Disorder

August 20, 2019

Meaningful Work for Young Adults with Major Depressive Disorder

When young adults with major depression decide to enter the workforce, they might go through a number of emotions. For those with serious mental illness unemployment rates are high even though many want to work.... read more