By Andrew O’HehirIt’s easy to fall into the trap of trying to be “on the lookout” for signs of danger.
But if you’re a parent or teacher, you’re probably also looking for signs that your students are being too hard on themselves.
Here are some tips to help you get the message out that your children are in fact struggling.
Stony Brook University students are facing a spike in mental health issues, and they are taking their mental health to a new levelThe school’s campus is the only one in the United States that is home to the School of Medicine, but many students have taken their mental illness to a whole new level.
The university recently announced a program that will provide mental health support to students in the wake of the campus shooting in San Bernardino, California.
Students are facing an increase in anxiety and depressionThe number of students in Stony Brook’s student body experiencing mental health problems has increased exponentially since the school’s shooting.
In the aftermath of the tragedy, many students started to report feelings of anxiety and panic attacks.
One student even said she felt like she was dying.
Some students have been experiencing depression, anxiety, or other mental health disorders.
Some of these students say the school isn’t helping them get better.
Others say they are being punished by administrators who are making it difficult for them to attend class.
St. Louis Public Schools is trying to prevent students from accessing mental health care.
The St. Louis school system, which has the largest student body in the country, recently announced that it is increasing the cost of mental health services for students in its schools, and it is considering a policy that would force students to pay the cost for those services.
In a statement, St. L. Louis said it was “investigating a range of potential costs and possible solutions that could provide a cost-effective alternative to providing care.”
“Our current policies have not met the needs of students and we are taking a number of steps to address the concerns that have been raised,” the statement said.
Storrs Public Schools announced that a student who was struggling with depression had access to mental health treatment.
Stores in the area are offering counseling and referrals, and students have also been using Storrs Health to find out what is being done to help them.
The school also has a wellness program.
Students can apply for services through the school district’s Student Health Service.
Stuart University students have experienced an increase of bullyingThe school recently announced it was making an increase to the fee students can pay for mental health and psychological care.
In an effort to increase support and help students who are struggling with mental health, Stu’s has begun offering classes in the school library.
In addition to offering mental health counseling, the library is also accepting students to take part in an online service to find answers about mental health conditions.
“We are not a safe place to be,” the Stu spokesperson said.
“We are a place where students can get help.”