Anxiety & Stress

Sometimes stress takes over our lives. Anxiety Disorders mean constant worry, feeling physically wound up, and always being on edge. There are many ways to find help and feel calmer.
college mental health

College & Graduate Student Mental Health

The first year on college or university campuses can be an exciting one full of new experiences for people receiving their undergraduate or graduate degrees. Amid the fun, some college and grad students may face mental health challenges and risk the onset of mental health disorders.


Insomnia & Sleep Issues

Not getting enough hours of sleep on a regular basis will impact daily life—people who experience sleep deprivation or insomnia may see changes in their physical health, like weight gain, appetite changes, and overall feelings of fatigue.

anxiety disorders

What are Anxiety Disorders?

Unlike normal feelings of nervousness, anxiety disorders are a type of mental health disorder that involves constant worrying and fear. For individuals with anxiety disorders, feelings of anxiety, and intense fear can feel overwhelming, and the symptoms of anxiety can make it overwhelmingly challenging to engage in daily activities like social interaction. With treatment, individuals with anxiety disorders can manage their nervousness and discomfort and live a fulfilling life.

Guilt and shame

What are Guilt and Shame?

If you’re struggling with feelings of guilt and shame, you may believe that every negative act says something about who you are. Every mistake—no matter how big or small—can make you feel inferior.

panic attack

What is a Panic Attack?

It’s normal to feel stress and discomfort at times, especially if you’re dealing with stressful life events or significant life transitions. However, if your feelings of panic are intense, overwhelming, and disrupting your daily life, you may be experiencing panic attacks.

caregiver stress

What is Caregiver Stress?

Providing care to a friend or family 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.

obsessive compulsive disorder

What is Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder?

many sufferers with OCD, obsessions and compulsions can impair daily life and make it difficult to function normally. Although obsessive-compulsive disorder is common among the general public, less than 10% of individuals who experience obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors seek treatment for OCD.

Treatment for PTSD

What is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder?

Not everyone who experiences a traumatic event will develop PTSD. But, for some trauma survivors, experiencing trauma can lead to mental health challenges that interfere with everyday life.

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