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You’re Not Alone on your Academic Journey

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Being a student comes with a lot of pressure and challenges. There seems to be an endless amount of papers that professors expect to...

The Mentor

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Wisdom comes with age and experience. The experience you’ve accrued over years of learning have provided you with the judgement and knowledge you apply...

Cultural Competency Within Mental Health Professions

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As the United States population continues to increase in diversity, the need for cultural competence across mental health professions becomes more and more necessary....

Living The Dream

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I like to let my mind wander a lot.  From the time I was young, I would dream up worlds and imagine my place...

The Fun in Having Fun

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When was the last time you did something for yourself, something you enjoy? Can you remember what it was, and how it made you...

Steering Depression

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Being productive while depressed can be quite challenging. Depression clouds your mind—making life a blur of unwanted production. But the best way to steer...

Right → Left, and What it Taught Me

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Do you ever eat while on your phone?  I know, for me at least, it is very enjoyable to watch YouTube or Netflix while...

Looking at Allyship

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With society being so diverse, it is important to not only acknowledge our differences, but to also embrace them. One form of doing so...

Burning Out

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How can you expect to help others if you can’t help yourself? Whether it’s mental or physical exhaustion, burning out is a dreadful feeling....

Compare and Contrast

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The literary technique of comparing and contrasting we were taught during our English classes has managed to spill over into our daily lives. The...