The “Naming the Unnameable Exhibit: Youth Stories of Resilience and Survival” art installation is showcasing personal stories of trauma and overcoming obstacles in different forms.
Mental performance consultants at the college, who are professionally trained in athletic psychology, are largely aiding student-athletes in developing mental, life and self-regulatory skills.
With a premise as silly as a woman being haunted by people smiling, writer and director Parker Finn delivers a strong horror film dealing with trauma.
According to The Mayo Clinic Health System, 44% of college students struggle with symptoms of depression and anxiety, and within that 44%, 75% are reluctant to seek help.
Identifying mental health issues is the first step to solving them. Continual resources are the strongest way to support those with mental health issues.
Compared to other big state universities which are entire towns themselves, we’re so fortunate to call a town with so many opportunities our home.
IC has partnered with the mindfulness app Sanvello and is offering premium access to college members in an effort to respond to mental health needs.