National Alliance of Mental Illnesses partners with Butler programs to bring more mental health resources to campus.
September is a time to help destigmatize suicide. Here are some ways to be involved.
“Hearing words of encouragement can go a long way for many people, myself included … Just knowing that someone cares enough to say some small phrase can be just what someone needs in order to get through the rest of their day.”
Celebrities are sharing mental health stories and creating platforms to support those who may be struggling with mental health.
Multimedia reporter Gabi Morando reports about the unveiling of the new UNWIND room at the HRC.
Multimedia reporter Eva Hallman reports about the addition of another therapy dog to the Counseling and Consultation Services department.
Learn how students can recognize stress and make it work for them this semester.
Canceling spring break because of COVID-19 has spread many students too thin. If Butler is concerned about the pandemic, columnist Kennedi Ulman raises the question: why are we hosting March Madness?
Counseling and Consultation Services has seen an impact on student mental health based on the presidential election, which is unlikely to calm down soon.
Even though they are not meeting with students in person, Butler’s counselors want students to know that they are ready to work with them virtually