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Healthy Relationships webinar to teach students how to manage personal relationships

Olivia Montgomery, Digital Tech February 6, 2024

The first of the "Healthy Relationships" webinars for spring 2024 will take place Friday, Feb. 9 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.  The webinar is hosted by the university’s Counseling and Psychological Services,...

Counseling and Psychological Services provides mental health resources to students

Kayla Gleason, Reporter September 19, 2023

Students seeking mental health services can contact Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) to look through the options offered for support.  Students interested in this resource can start by...

Counseling and Psychological Services offers anxiety toolbox workshops

Malina Andamasaris, Reporter February 17, 2023

Kent State University Counseling and Psychological Services offers different workshops that can help with anxiety for all students. This specific skills series, Anxiety Toolbox, focuses on different...

DAAPP to provide resources for drug, alcohol addiction

Alton Northup, Reporter February 9, 2023

Kent State’s Drug Abuse and Alcohol Prevention Program provides resources to students with addiction. The multifaceted program is sent annually to students, faculty and staff by the Division of Student...

CAPS introduces new Flexible Care Model

Alton Northup, Reporter February 4, 2023

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) continues to roll out its Flexible Care Model as the department works to make mental health care as accessible as possible on campus. With the new model...

COVID-19 increases demand for mental health resources on Kent campus

Madison Goerl, Reporter February 22, 2022

A Kent State Reddit user posted suicidal threats in January, reigniting the conversation about college student's mental health during COVID-19. "I am very lonely and I don't have any friends and I want...

Anonymous users on Yik Yak share their feelings as the semester winds down. 

“Burnt-out”: college students experience mental health decline

Morgan McGrath Reporter Natalia Hernandez Maceira Reporter November 20, 2021

College students nationwide are feeling the pressure of returning to in-person classes as demand for access to mental health services has been at an all-time high. Campus administrations attempt to accommodate...

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University plans to continue expanding mental health services

Cassidy Gladieux Reporter February 13, 2021

Kent State University plans to continuously expand its mental health services provided by the Counseling and Psychological Services located in the Deweese Health Center. The university declared on Feb....

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