East Los Angeles’s Dream Resource Center provided insight for students on accessing valuable free or low cost health services during the pandemic.
Anxiety Resource for Campus Help (ARCH) held a Stress Workshop with Pasadena, East Los Angeles, Citrus, and Rio Hondo campus resources on Friday.
Animals of any species can make a positive impact in both a person’s life and on their mental health. Through the pandemic, many people have become victims to their own anxieties. After having to stay in doors for over a year, having a four-legged pal or scaly skin reptile has helped many ELAC students cope with anxiety and depression.
It is a no-brainer why Elle magazine deemed, “This Close to Okay” by Leesa Cross-Smith, “One of the most anticipated books of 2021.”
The East Los Angeles College’s Student Health Center held another virtual Mental Health Workshop focusing on depression, stress and anxiety. The workshop took place on Nov. 24th, 12:00 p.m. -1:00 p. m.
Imposter syndrome fabricates the idea of self-doubt. It is a psychological pattern that causes people to question their success. They feel they may be discovered as a fraud. Feelings of inadequacy can occur to anyone; Many students have struggled with this.
The mental health of college students is negatively affected by COVID-19. Students are suffering from an increase in stress and anxiety due to the virus. COVID-19 is causing students to worry about loved ones and their own well-being rather than focusing on school which is already stressful enough.
New York Times Bestselling Author Rupi Kaur’s new poetry book, “Home Body,” is a must-read because of the simple, powerful themes it focuses on.
“Home Body” is the third collection of poetry and illustrations by Kaur, whose previous works include Milk and Honey and The Sun and Her Flowers; they are both #1 New York Times and international bestsellers, which have sold more than 8 million copies worldwide and have been translated into more than 40 languages.
It is no secret that college students living away from their families may feel pressured to make holiday visits, but with the restrictions and risks Covid-19 has given the perfect excuse to skip the trip this year.
Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah and any family-gathering holidays bring stress to most people, especially college students. Students can use quarantine and the stricter restrictions to take a step back and reevaluate their priorities.
The Los Angeles Community College District created a safe place for constituents to share their personal experiences with depression and other mental issues. They hosted a mental health workshop to introduce ways to identify and support people with mental health issues.