2018 News Archived
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, technology has opened a new frontier in mental health support and data collection. Mobile devices like cell phones, smartphones and tablets are giving the public, doctors and researchers new ways to access help, monitor progress and increase understanding of mental wellbeing.
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Let’s Focus: 5 School Success Strategies for College Students with ADHD Approximately 25% of college students with disabilities are diagnosed as having Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD, Sarkis, n.d.). This is approximately 8% of the college student population. Disability Services supports a significant number of Georgia State students who experience ADHD. In 2017, 53.5% of… more »
College is a balancing act and students often develop poor sleeping habits. Good quality sleep cannot occur without the right sleeping environment. Be mindful and use the five senses (sight, taste, hear, touch and sound) when getting ready to sleep. Sometimes the answer to getting a good nights sleep is a change of fresh linens… more »
The Multicultural Center offers Safe Zone workshops that promote an inclusive and supportive environment for individuals of the LGBTQIQA community. In efforts to be recognized as a model for leadership in inclusion, Safe Zone was redesigned with the help of doctoral student Becky Lecroix. The basic awareness and ally workshop includes activities and discussions that… more »