Mental Health Check In 2022

Mental Health Check In

Mental Health Check In

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Taking care of our mental health regularly helps to maintain wellness during times of stress.

Students, staff, and faculty are encouraged to reflect on their current mental health by asking “How am I doing?” and asking those around us “How are you doing?” to help create an environment of wellness across campuses.

a. You can Check-in Mental Health with yourself

b. You can Check-in Mental Health with others

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How To Stop Anxiety Attacks

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What Does a Narcissist Look Like?

Narcissist

A narcissist is usually someone with a puffed-up self that inserts themselves in situations and is usually a detriment to others. These are people that it is about them. For the rest of us Narcissism, insecurities can plague us but not to worry because We should love our imperfections and find strength in our flaws. … Read more

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Trichotillomania DSM-5: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Trichotillomania

What is Trichotillomania DSM-5? Trichotillomania (trick-o-till-o-may-nee-uh) (TTM or “trich”), also known as hair-pulling disorder, is characterized by the repetitive pulling out of one’s hair. Trichotillomania is one of a group of behaviors known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming behaviors in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their hair, skin, or nails, resulting in … Read more

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