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RMU Counseling Center
counseling@rmu.edu
412-397-5900 phone
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Patrick Henry, Lower Level

The Science of Mental Illness
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Educational Information

The university experience can be very overwhelming.  In a recent survey of college students, it was reported that nearly half of all college students have felt so overwhelmed during the last semester that they were not able to get their school work done or enjoy social activities.  Issues such as depression, anxiety, addictions, and relational stressors are very common among college students.  

The good news is that they are ALL treatable if you seek help. 
 
Take a look at the resources on the links to the left to learn about specific concerns, but also seek to create healthy habits in your life to increase your emotional health by doing the following:
  1. Exercise Regularly
  2. Eat & Sleep Well
  3. Have Good Time Management
  4. Create Strong Friendships
  5. Seek Help when Needed

General Mental Health Resources

Take a confidential screening, research mental health conditions, or locate resources on campus.

View video stories, learn more about emotional disorders, and support others by becoming an advocate.

An online resource delivering peer support and mental health information written for young people by young people and edited by a mental health professional. Read fact sheets and real-life stories.

Strength of Us
An online community for connecting young adults impacted by mental health concerns

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