A roundtable discussion on mental health:
It's Not Spooky to Take Care of Yourself
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Episode Description and Resources
Mental health care and the conversation surrounding mental health and mental illness continues to be stigmatized, inaccessible, and sometimes outright ignored. We glorify the grind and sometimes feel left in the dust if we dare to stop and take care of ourselves. In this episode, we will discuss some common mental health problems associated with academia, and our personal experiences with them. Our hope is to humanize the conversation instead of talking about statistics, because the statistics, albeit shocking, are clearly not inspiring much action to make the needed resources accessible and available to all.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness site is full of incredible resources
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Hosts this month
Emily Hackerson, Odalis Garcia, Emily Johnson, and Alex Knopps