Welcome back to Inside Statesman, where we take a peek behind the scenes and sit down with the writers. This week, Podcast Editor Tim Giorlando talks with Assistant News Editor Joy Sze on her special issue article on sleep hygiene and mental health issues.
While many people turn to traditional western medicine when sick or struggling with mental health challenges, the integration of music has long proven to help convey compassion and empathy to many facing health problems.
If you prioritize sleep and mental health overall, it will help you do better on that test or submit a higher quality assignment because you are not rushing to do it and you can focus on doing it well, instead of just doing it to finish it.
Located on the fourth floor of Stony Brook University’s Psychology B Building, the Leonard Krasner Psychological Center and its team of clinical psychologists work to treat an ongoing issue found among the Stony Brook community — mental illness.
The Center for Prevention and Outreach launched two programs named “Let’s Talk” and “Resilience, Empowerment, Access, Care and Healing Groups” for SBU students to connect with counselors and peers concerning their mental health and emotional needs.
Rehearsals in dance studios lined with mirrors are scheduled for hours at a time to ensure that dancers’ performances are perfect. The negative effects of dance culture on mental health can be extremely taxing.
My attitude, thought process and moods were always unstable compared to everyone else. People often told me I was too sensitive or over-reactive. At first, I thought everyone thought this way; I eventually realized that this was not the case. I was living with mental illnesses without realizing it.