Posts tagged event
Send Silence Packing

Ever wonder how many college students are lost to suicide each year? Visit Tower Lawn on April 25th to see an exhibition of donated backpacks representing college students lost to suicide each year, and to get connected with mental health resources. Click above for details on the event.

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Upcoming Wellness Workshops

One of the many great benefits of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)? Free workshops for San Jose State University students, geared towards an array of topics related to health, wellness, and balance. Upcoming workshops include Think Before You Swipe, which will cover credit and credit cards, and RIO, an alternative to group psychotherapy that targets stress reduction. Click the image above for more information!

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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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The Compassion Fair

Need some post spring break love? Stop by the Compassion Fair, hosted by Peer Health Educators. Active Minds SJSU will have a "Buttons of Hope" table, where you can add messages of compassion to various buttons to be spread to others as a reminded to care for one another. Hope you're able to make it!

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MIND Your Health

This semester, students in the DBH Agency are putting on a campaign called MIND Your Health SJSU. Like Happy Healthy SJSU, the goal of this campaign is to change the culture of mental health on the San Jose State University campus, by removing the stigma and sparking an open conversation. To find out more about their campaign, click the image above.

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