Features Archive

By Meredith Stockton, Clinical Intern Article:  As humans, we are often bogged down with the question “Who am I?”  To ask this question, however, assumes that you are inadequate the way you are right now.  Identity development should, therefore,...
By: Lincoln Hill, Clinical Intern Experiencing the pain and emotional turmoil often associated with grief and loss is an unfortunate, though inevitable, aspect of human existence. While loss and mourning are likely to appear multiple times and in various...
By: Brittany Montana, Clinical Intern Motivation in college can wax and wane depending on your classes, activities, and daily schedule. College often seems exciting as a freshman when everything is new and interesting. After the first year when students...
By: Shayne Pasol, Clinical Intern Living with roommates isn’t always easy. Sharing a living space can be stressful, and conflicts may arise.  Sometimes situations that work at the beginning of the year become more difficult as the year goes on;...
By: Brittany Hruby, Clinical Intern Have you ever zoned out while driving, not remembering the experience or roads you took to get to your destination? Have you ever been reading and realize you’ve been thinking about something else and...