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Teaching Teens to Love Themselves
Karen Bluth has a mission to teach youth how to be compassionate with themselves. As a psychiatry professor at UNC-Chapel Hill, she researches how effective self-compassion practices are at improving […]
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"Wellness Wednesday" Webinars Available on Gilling's Virtual Student Engagement Page
Among a plethora of resources on Gilling's Virtual Engagement Page, You can find a list of past Webinar recordings from "Wellness Wednesday." They include Topics such as Identity and Self […]
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Carolina Pride Week 2022: April 4-8
The LGBTQ Center is partnering with other on-campus and community organizations to host Pride Week at Carolina 2022 from April 4 through 8. This year's Pride Week theme is "Imagine […]
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Carolina Collaborative for Resilience Offers Student Coaching Program
A double alumna of the University, Jessica Lambert Ward has considered UNC her home for more than 20 years. Ward received both her undergraduate and master's degrees at UNC. Now, […]
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You Matter
In the United States, suicide, suicidal ideation, and self-harm are public health crises among children and teens. To reduce these behaviors, researchers in the UNC School of Education and School […]
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Mental Health, Alcohol, and Drugs: How Do They Connect?
This semester UNC-Chapel Hill is offering monthly virtual mental health seminars addressing the intersection of mental health with related topics such as faith, addition/substance use, intimate partner violence, and vulnerable […]
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'How I Write and Learn' Blog from The Writing Center
The Writing Center at UNC provides many useful educational resources on their website, including the "How I Write and Learn" blog. This blog contains many posts on things such as […]
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Violence Prevention and Advocacy Series
Want to help prevent sexual violence and harassment at UNC?  Join the 2022-2023 class of VPAS Peer Educators and Ambassadors! VPAS Peer Educators will help facilitate trainings on a variety […]
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Seeking Support in Challenging Times and “No Wrong Doors”
We cannot control world events, but we can help ourselves and each other by sharing our honest feelings about the news. There are no wrong doors through which to start a journey to improve your mental health – sometimes, you simply need to begin.
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Library Social Clubs
Looking for new friends who share your taste in books, movies, TV, podcasts, or music? Library Social Clubs are coming soon. These student-run clubs will meet on your terms. We’re […]
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