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UniWellness Weekly #13: April 17, 2019

Welcome to UniWellness Weekly!

Each week, we will share a handful of recent news articles with you about student mental health. Feel free to share your feedback with us or send us an article or event to include in the next issue.

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Happy reading!

Paige Long
UniWellness Weekly Editor 
UniWellness Care Customer Experience Lead
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Documentary Works to Destigmatize Mental Health in Asian-American Community

April 7, 2019

Asian-American students may feel intense pressure to succeed, but they often don’t see their cultures represented in mental health awareness campaigns. To change this, UCLA students are creating a documentary entitled “Things I Never Said” with the hopes of destigmatizing mental health in the Asian-American community.


Suicidal Behavior Nearly Doubles
Among U.S. Kids

April 8, 2019

National data shows that suicidal behavior in children has almost doubled between 2007 and 2015. While we can’t boil suicidal behavior down to one cause, lead researcher Dr. Brett Burstein and other experts point to higher stress levels and better recognition of suicidal behavior as two of many factors that contribute to this increase.


Gen Z Takeover:  As Demand for Mental Health Services Grows, Colleges Give Students New Tools

April 11, 2019

Colleges across the country are implementing innovative initiatives to support student well-being. Check out what George Mason University, the University of South Florida, Vanderbilt University, UCLA, the University of Vermont, and Jefferson Community College are doing to meet their students’ mental health needs!


Friday Fragments:  Confessions of a
Community College Dean

April 12, 2019

Matt Reed, Vice President for Learning at Brookdale Community College in New Jersey, shares that a survey of 1,500 students revealed that their students’ biggest concern is anxiety. Two-thirds of students who named anxiety as their biggest concern also reported other concerns, such as academic or financial challenges.

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Upcoming Events

Do you have a mental health or telehealth-related event coming up? Tell us about it! Email paige@uniwellnesscare.com to be included in this listing.  

American Association of Suicidology 52nd Annual Conference
April 24-27, 2019
Denver, Colorado 
#AAS19

Mental Health America 2019 Annual Conference
June 13-15, 2019
Washington, DC
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