Mental Health

NY Times publishes essay by ISG faculty Danielle Carr titled, “Mental Health is Political”

NY Times publishes essay by ISG faculty Danielle Carr titled, “Mental Health is Political”

The NY Times published a guest Opinion Essay by ISG faculty Danielle Carr‘s article “Mental Health is Political”. “What if the cure for our current mental health crisis is not more mental health care? The mental health toll of the Covid-19 pandemic has been the subject of extensive commentary in the United States, much of it focused on the sharp…

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Op-ed: Intergenerational trauma affects mental health of Southeast Asian-Americans by Joseph Nguyen

Mental health is of utmost importance in academia, especially given one’s cumulative experiences and history. Coming from a unique background, Human Biology and Society student, Joseph Nguyen, brings to light the importance of mental health as he highlights the effects of intergenerational trauma within the Southeast Asian American community. “I discovered in my freshman year that these aren’t the only…

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