Movies for Mental Health Hosted Virtually

By Ariel Hochman | The Movies for Mental Health (M4MH) event was hosted virtually on Thursday, May 6, by Art with Impact (AWI). Art with Impact is a non-profit organization that uses artwork to raise awareness about mental health. The main host of this event, Cary McQueen, showed 3 short-films and gave the audience aContinue reading “Movies for Mental Health Hosted Virtually”

A Look Into SUNY Broome’s Counseling Services

By Ariel Hochman | In a recent interview, counselors at SUNY Broome say it might be easier than ever to start counseling. “Surveys show a major increase in the number of U.S. adults who report symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression during the pandemic, compared with surveys before the pandemic” says Mayo Clinic Staff onContinue reading “A Look Into SUNY Broome’s Counseling Services”

Mental Health Tips During Online School

By Hannah Natale | I won’t be the first person to say this, online school sucks. Covid has completely changed our lives and we can only do so much to try and get rid of it. Mental health has been a topic of many schools, worried about how we are doing, making sure we areContinue reading “Mental Health Tips During Online School”