We all need some zen in our life.
The power of the pup has proven to mean more than just a mans best friend, especially for students on campus. Not all therapists dress the same, look the same, or even speak the same. For some, a simple bark is all they need.
SMU Health Center speaks about social media addiction and mental health.
By Kimi Rose “I didn’t understand what was happening to me, why I never felt happy, and why I was so exhausted all the time.” Gianna Rizzo has struggled with … Read More
The Daily Campus investigates available mental health resources at SMU.
As doctors hop on the holistic bandwagon, those suffering from depression run the risk of taking bad, life-threatening advice.
Active Minds, a new on-campus organization hosted ‘Send Silence Packing’ on Oct. 6 from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. at the main quad.
When her brother was diagnosed with Bipolar disorder several years ago, Meridith Casey searched for a way to give back to patients suffering from similar illnesses.