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Creating an emotionally safe school environment can open the door for students to feel more comfortable sharing suicidal thoughts and life stressors.
Emotional granularity is the ability to put feelings into words with a high degree of specificity and precision. When we can find the right words to label our emotions, we are better equipped to make good choices.
Generational trauma is a term that is used to describe the impact of a traumatic experience, not only on one generation but on subsequent generations after the event.
On Saturday, July 16th, the United States' first nationwide three-digit mental health crisis hotline went live. Previously known as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, the goal of the shorter code is to make the hotline more accessible and help to boost awareness.
Over the past two years, as COVID-19 has drastically changed the education system and social options for students of all ages, student’s mental health and wellness has been greatly impacted. Students are suffering from depression and anxiety, and the solution goes beyond increased counseling services.
Experiences like trauma are very difficult to articulate into words, so therapies that can support and connect patients with nonverbal expression are really the foundation of the creative arts therapies