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Dr. Samantha Morel April 26th, 2022

End of Semester Self-Care

If you’re a college student, high school student, graduate student, teacher, parent of a student…. the end of the year is always a push. We’ve had spring break, there are no more breaks in sight until summer. We are tired,...


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Dr. Samantha Morel April 13th, 2022

The Power of Playing

Look at any list of mental health coping tools and I bet you’re going to find music someway, somehow, somewhere on it. Music as a coping tool is about as universal as it gets, because most of us find comfort...


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Dr. Samantha Morel January 28th, 2022

Emotional Flooding

Emotional Flooding in Relationships Have you ever felt so overwhelmed by your emotions during an argument with your loved one that every word they say feels like an attack and you say things you don’t truly mean? If so, you...


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Dr. Samantha Morel November 5th, 2021

The thing about grief…

it sucks. Let’s just be honest, grief sucks. A lot. While it's a very normal process following a loss that helps the body and mind return to homeostasis, it can often be painful and take time and care to work...


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Dr. Samantha Morel October 7th, 2021

World Mental Health Day 2021

  World Mental Health Day (WMHD) will be on Sunday, October 10th. This day aims to bring awareness to mental illness and mental health and this year efforts are specifically focused on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental...


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Dr. Samantha Morel August 10th, 2021

Back to College Stress…in a COVID Year

With the beginning of the Fall semester approaching fast, many college students are no doubt feeling the pressure of a new environment, difficult classes, and the ongoing global pandemic. In a study from October 2020 by The Jed Foundation, 200...


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