Posts tagged therapy
Don't Forget, Send Silence Packing is this Week!

Don't forget - Send Silence Packing is coming to campus this Tuesday, April 25th! Active Minds, Inc. has collected, and continues to collect, backpacks and personal stories in memory and in honor of loved ones impacted by suicide. By displaying backpacks with personal stories of loved ones that put a “face” to lives lost to suicide, Send Silence Packing carries the message that preventing suicide is not just about lowering statistics, but also about saving the lives of students. We hope you have time to stop by Tower Lawn this Tuesday!

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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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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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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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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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