Drawing from a Christian’s faith during treatment is a “thick spirituality” that develops a patient’s deep and personal connection to Christ.
Depression diagnoses have greatly increased in Millennials. The quarantine for COVID-19 escalated this by providing an optimal environment for depression to flourish. It makes sense that the brain and psychological health of Millennials suffered significantly during the pandemic.
Eleanor McGlinchey is one of the two scholars who received a 2017 Christian Scholars Foundation Grant, given to ESN members who are junior faculty. In this interview, she talks about her research, how the CSF grant is supporting her work, and how her faith and her scholarly vocation fit together.
In the courses I teach, I often challenge my students to reflect deeply on the wonder and horror of the human condition.
This poem was inspired by a Christian who suffers from Chronic Depression and other various mental health issues. There is no shame in suffering or obtaining help.