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Addressing Suicide and Depression on Campus: Preventative Measures for Students and Faculty
As seen in Psychology Today. Suicide is a difficult topic to discuss earnestly. It can be particularly difficult for college students, especially if they are in a new environment, far from home, and without a nearby network of friends and family. While one can easily cite statistics highlighting the growing number of suicides in the […]
Negative Memory Bias and Depression: When the Glass Always Seems Half Empty
As seen in Psychology Today. Coping with depression is no easy task no matter how mild the condition may be. Depression is a mood disorder characterized by feelings of hopelessness, emptiness, loneliness, and excessive guilt for extended periods of time. Individuals with major depressive disorder will experience episodes lasting at least two weeks. Individuals with […]
Strength Training Can Reduce Depressive Symptoms
A review of more than 30 separate studies published in the journal JAMA Psychiatry has found that physical activity, particularly weightlifting and strength training, can have benefits that go beyond improving your physique. Such exercise can also reduce depressive symptoms. While it would be a stretch to say that this kind of exercise is a […]