IT'S OKAY NOT TO BE OKAY
Mental Health & Wellness | Student Program
Depression is real. It’s not a hurt that you can simply make “go away,” and you can’t just “walk it off.” If you’ve ever suffered from it, or had a friend or family member who has, you know it can ravage a soul and leave a shell of a person.
This program allows students to assess their own mental health and identify ways they can improve their daily self-care plan. Attendees learn to identify signs their friend, family member or classmate may be struggling. Participants discover action steps to encourage help-seeking behaviors while avoiding the less-than-helpful things often said to those struggling with depression.
PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
Review the most common mental health issues facing college students today and learn the symptoms of each one.
Identify non-verbal signs that a friend might need support.
Evaluate their own self-care plan and brainstorm ways it could be improved.
Be empowered to engage in help-seeking behavior.
Due to the global pandemic, Archie plans on delivering 100% of his programs virtually for the time being. Virtual programs do not have to be boring, and can be more effective than in-person events.
Archie's virtual programs are delivered with the same objectives and learning outcomes as other events. Students react well to the virtual programming and oftentimes feel more comfortable engaging over this medium.
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