Burn Bright Not Out: Faculty Discuss How to Maintain Effectiveness Under Periods of High Demand

To recognize Counseling Awareness and Mental Health Awareness Months, faculty shared their strategies for maintaining effectiveness under high demand.

Strategies for Coping with Isolation and Loneliness During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Members of the Counseling@Northwestern community share how they are managing loneliness during the pandemic.

Addressing Mental Health Conditions Among Women Remains a National Priority

While the realm of mental health for women has improved, there is still room for growth. Learn how counselors can help.

Managing the Effects of Social Media on Teen Girls

Frequent social media use has been found to disproportionately impact teen girls’ mental health more negatively than teen boys. Mental health outcomes include cyberbullying, lack of sleep and negative self-image.

Racial Trauma in Film: How Viewers Can Address Re-traumatization

Two concepts that have historically been overlooked in mental health are re-traumatization by film and racial trauma. Learn how the two relate.

Mental Illness and Violence: How to Push Back on Dangerous Narratives

Media often perpetuates the myth that mental illness is tied to violence. How can individuals be more critical of the content they consume?