Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, affects millions of people during the winter months.
For anyone who suffers from orthorexia nervosa, the desire to eat healthy can become so extreme that it interrupts daily life.
“GRIP: Conversational Portraits on Mental Health” is currently on display in the Eccles Art Gallery at South City Campus. The series raises awareness about mental illness by visualizing the personal experiences of those who suffer from it.
An overdue discussion took place at SLCC’s Grand Theatre. The discussion covered experiences with abuse and healing from abuse.
Find out what Utah Governor Gary Herbert is doing to lower the state’s high rate of youth suicides.
Managing stress and seeking help can bring peace of mind to those who suffer from mental illness.
Suicides in Utah are on the rise, but SLCC and other local organizations are trying to stop the trend.
The Center for Health and Counseling offers massages, counseling, screenings and more.
Behavioral Intervention Team members work behind the scenes to help troubled SLCC students.
As National Suicide Prevention Month ends, Scott Kudera from the Center for Health and Counseling talks about suicide and where students can go if they need help.