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Stop By Our Mental Health Awareness Table Today

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and the Counseling Center and Disability Services team will be hosting a drop-by opportunity today, Wednesday, May 11th, from 11am-12pm, with details below.

  • Stop by our table right outside of our office (3-103) and chat with us about ways you can be a part of the conversation to grow awareness and decrease stigma surrounding mental health!
  • Educational materials and mental health themed goodies will be available for the taking.
  • Computers will be available for students to complete mini mental health screenings, if desired. Screenings are not meant to be diagnostic. Screenings are to be self-completed in an effort to encourage self-awareness and to serve as a starting point for a conversation with a counselor, should a student choose to schedule a confidential mental health counseling appointment at a later date. Students will also be offered connections to community resources, as needed.

Not able to catch us on campus today? We encourage you to check out these helpful articles on your own:

Feeling a little lost in this stage of the pandemic: https://nyprojecthope.org/feeling-a-little-lost-in-this-stage-of-the-pandemic/

Spring cleaning for the mind: https://nyprojecthope.org/spring-cleaning-for-the-mind/

My Personal Jenga Tower: How a game helped me understand rebuilding life during COVID: https://nyprojecthope.org/my-personal-jenga-tower/

We are thinking of you all as we head towards the Spring Semester 2022 finish line!

Morgan Kennell
Counseling Center & Disability Services
05/11/2022