Mental health and the excessive use of technology are discussed in the latest exhibit at SF State’s Associated Students’ art gallery.
Macro Waves, an artist collective based in Oakland, held the opening reception for NVM (never-mind) on Thursday, Oct. 19. It was originally scheduled for Oct.
Thursday, Oct. 5 is National Depression Screening Day (NDSD). Many college campuses hold mental health awareness events and provide opportunities for students, faculty and staff to fill out a depression screening survey. This year, SF State is not one of those campuses.
Here at SF State,
SF State will soon offer two new support groups to help students work through issues surrounding depression and body image.
The Counseling and Psychological Services Center at SF State determined the need for the additional programs based on topics that continued to come up during one-on-one
Despite the fact that one in 10 Americans take antidepressants, depression is an illness that is still considered somewhat of an enigma according to Psychology Today.
It is difficult to categorize the group that it affects due the large symptom pool that includes abnormal sadness, disinterest,
As Ytzya Sanches presented her research on depression in the gay community, she reflected on how she became interested in the topic: at a restaurant outing with her niece.
“My niece was shocked and disappointed by the waiter’s voice because she thought he sounded like a
Does it seem like getting out of bed is a huge effort? What about spending time with people? Having sex? Masturbating?
One out of every four college students and one out of five young adults suffer from some form of clinical depression, according to a PsychCentral article