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Anxiety & StressLife Events & Trauma

Stress Management

…as anxiety and depression. Stress comes in many different forms, from work-related stress to traumatic stress. Sometimes, stress can be helpful—it can motivate you to work toward your goals or…

caregiver stress
Anxiety & StressLife Events & Trauma

What is Caregiver Stress?

…member can be a stressful experience, making caregivers especially vulnerable to mental health challenges. With the right support system in place, caregiving can be a rewarding and valuable experience. If…

Treatment for PTSD
Anxiety & StressLife Events & Trauma

What is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder?

It’s normal to experience stress following a traumatic event, whether it’s the coronavirus pandemic, a car accident, violent crime, or natural disaster. Traumatic stress isn’t limited to people who directly…

work and career challenges
Academics & CareerLife Events & Trauma

Work and Career Challenges

…of Work Stress Negative or overwhelming occupational experiences can cause significant psychological distress and ultimately lead to burnout. In general, psychological distress manifests in three forms:  Mental health disorders: Stress

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Academics & CareerAnxiety & Stress

Academic Challenges

…lead to stress and mental health issues. Conversely, mental health conditions can also create academic challenges. It’s normal to feel stressed and anxious in school from time to time. Nearly…

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Anxiety & StressSelf-Image & Self-Harm

Sports Psychology

…unexplained aches, and digestive issues, due to chronic stress. If left untreated, chronic stress can lead to burnout. Interpersonal conflicts: Stress surrounding sports can strain relationships with friends, family members,…

life transitions and change
Academics & CareerLife Events & Trauma

Life Transitions

…other mental health problems. Life Transitions and Mental Health Life transitions are stressful for everyone, and even adjusting to positive changes can cause stress. For some people, the stress of…

family issues
Life Events & TraumaRelationships & Kids

Family Issues

…lead to feelings of sadness and hopelessness. Chronic stress: You might feel fatigued or experience physical symptoms of stress such as muscle tension, headaches, and digestive issues. Over time, chronic…

collective trauma and mental health
Life Events & Trauma

Understanding Collective Trauma

…Psychological distress, including acute stress, feelings of vulnerability, sadness, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSS), and functional impairment, are common following a traumatic event. Trauma can also exacerbate…

what is trauma
Life Events & Trauma

What is Trauma?

…a subtype of PTSD, has a separate clinical diagnosis. Acute stress disorder: Acute stress disorder is linked to the same traumatic experiences and symptoms as PTSD. However, acute stress disorder…

Police and Law Enforcement Mental Health and Trauma
Academics & CareerLife Events & Trauma

Police and Law Enforcement Mental Health and Trauma

…violent members. Law enforcement officers generally perform their duties with dedication, passion, and courage, but stresses can overcome even the most experienced and resilient officers. Even police officers have their…

compassion fatigue
Life Events & Trauma

What is Compassion Fatigue?

Compassion fatigue, also known as secondary traumatic stress or vicarious traumatization, is characterized by stress that results from helping those who are suffering from significant emotional distress or trauma. When…

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