Drawing from a Christian’s faith during treatment is a “thick spirituality” that develops a patient’s deep and personal connection to Christ.
Millennials: Depression, the Pandemic and Hope (Part 1)
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.
Event Announcement: Cultivating Mental Health in Grad School
Graduate school in normal times is a stressful experience for many. These are not normal times.
Science Corner: When Normal Isn’t Normative
What does recent research tell us about the efficacy of gender-affirming care?
The Other Pandemic
Amid another wave of COVID-19, university administrators are preparing for another pandemic as students return to university campuses. “We have a mental health pandemic inside of the COVID-19 pandemic right now,” according to Dr. Bern Melnyk, Ohio State’s Chief Wellness Officer and Dean of the College of Nursing. Another university administrator acknowledged efforts to hire […]