Let’s take the time in May to raise awareness for mental illnesses and support our loved ones who need help to overcome their struggles.
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.
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.
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.
Having a pet can boost people’s well-being, especially those who suffer from mental health issues such as depression and Alzheimer’s disease.
The Psi Beta Club presented research that suggests increased use of multiple social media platforms is independently associated with both depression (hypothesis 1) and anxiety (hypothesis 2).
By Cristina Galvan Lizbeth Gutierrez does not let her disabilities get in the way. She uses her faith to stay strong and help others. Twenty-two-year-old Gutierrez was born with cerebral palsy. Growing up, one of the hardest things she had to endure was being told by others that she could not do certain things, because she has a disability. This constant put down led Gutierrez to fall into a depression that…