Oct. 25, 2014

Archive for Tag Archives: ' mental health'

Making mental health services a priority

Making mental health services a priority

Posted On: October 06, 2014

The Class of 2015 has lost two classmates to suicide and must begin holding the College’s administration accountable [...]

Deeds talks mental health

Deeds talks mental health

Posted On: October 03, 2014

This November will mark a year since former College of William and Mary student Austin Creigh “Gus” Deeds [...]

Student Assembly discusses mental health, LGBT awareness

Student Assembly discusses mental health, LGBT awareness

Posted On: September 26, 2014

After debate and discussion, the Student Assembly Senate passed the Mental Health Concert Act at their meeting Tuesday [...]

Seeking counsel: Campus addresses mental health questions

Seeking counsel: Campus addresses mental health questions

Posted On: September 04, 2014

The recent suicide of Peter Godshall ’15 left the College of William and Mary community with far more [...]

Inspector resigns over Deeds investigation

Inspector resigns over Deeds investigation

Posted On: March 31, 2014

Director of the Behavioral Health and Developmental Services Division of the State Inspector General’s Office G. Douglas Bevelacqua [...]

Campaigning is over: Let’s focus on mental and sexual health policies

Campaigning is over: Let’s focus on mental and sexual health policies

Posted On: March 27, 2014

The College of William and Mary is fortunate to have such dedicated students as leaders. I hope they [...]

College athletes need more support

College athletes need more support

Posted On: February 13, 2014

As students, we are all on terms with stress. They might not be friendly terms, but stress is [...]

Guest Column: Correcting myths about bipolar disorder

Guest Column: Correcting myths about bipolar disorder

Posted On: February 10, 2014

People say that those who have bipolar disorder have the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. [...]

Creigh Deeds speaks out for mental health system reform

Creigh Deeds speaks out for mental health system reform

Posted On: January 27, 2014

State Sen. Creigh Deeds, D-Bath, is speaking out about the need to address mental health statewide following the [...]

Online therapy is a useful resource, but shouldn’t replace in-person sessions

Online therapy is a useful resource, but shouldn’t replace in-person sessions

Posted On: January 23, 2014

Despite the freedom and accessibility virtual means afford, certain things seem so personal and important that they should [...]