Tag Archives: Mental health

Conference focuses attention on suicide prevention in higher education

September 18, 2019
By Andy Ellis

Andrew Onimus was a dean’s list student, a captain of the track team and a defensive back on the football team at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pa. But, in 2014 during his senior year in college, Onimus was something else as well – suicidal.

Onimus’ struggles began with anxiety, battling panic attacks and depression….

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Five tips for beating stress

October 31, 2017
By Janae Jordan

I am a very busy person. Trying to work, go to school, be a part of five organizations, and have a social life can get overwhelming.  It is important in college to take care of yourself, not only physically, but mentally and emotionally. College is one of the best times ever but it can get…

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Dothan Campus students volunteering at mental health support group

July 14, 2017
By Greg Phillips

Troy University graduate students are volunteering their time to help those dealing with mental health issues.

Students from the master of social work program at the Dothan Campus are volunteering weekly at the New Day Mental Health Information and Support Group in Marianna, Fla., helping local residents in need of counseling, support and information.

The…

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