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Question Persuade Refer, a Suicide Prevention Workshop

Following Tuesday's suicide awareness event Send Silence Packing, Active Minds SJSU is hosting a suicide prevention workshop titled Question Persuade Refer. This workshop offers training and practice in suicide prevention skills, using the nationally recognized QPR training approach.

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What Exactly is Depression?

Depression is one of the most common mental illnesses, yet its still widely misunderstood. Click through to learn more about depression, the signs and the statistics, and how you can get help if you or someone you know is suffering.

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Making Peace With Military Post-Traumatic Stress

Do you have experience dealing with military PTSD or do you want to learn more about it? Come by SJSU Student Union Room 2A from for a presentation by Doug Nelson, a Local Author, Vietnam Veteran and Retired Veterans Services Representative. The discussion will be led by Jemerson Diaz, VET Connect Peer Leader. Refreshments will be provided. 

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How Well Do You Know Anxiety?

The truth is; we all experience anxiety throughout most of our days.  At times, our anxiety can feel quite overwhelming.  Other times, it may simply come and go. Having anxiety is natural, but when it interferes with your daily functioning and responsibilities; that's when it's important to get some help.  There are many treatment methods that can help in reducing anxiety.  Read more to learn more about the treatment of anxiety or to get some support.   

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Want to be in a Student Film?

The student organization Active Minds SJSU is planning to do recording for their submission to the film contest Directing Change, which they are participating in through Each Mind Matters. For their filming, Active Minds SJSU will ask students of diverse cultures why mental health matters to them. If you want to be a part of this film, drop by Clark Hall Room 100H between 5:30-6:30 pm on Tuesday, February 28th.

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