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Sleep isn’t just about the number of hours of shuteye we get each night, but the quality of sleep we get can have a significant impact on our overall health.
It can feel odd talking about loneliness when it’s easier for us to connect with others now than at any other time in history. However, the means of connecting have changed, and some of the most popular options are designed to encourage comparison to others
Anxiety can affect anyone, at any time. But it's how we manage it that counts.
University addresses its ongoing mental health challenges by offering free access to an anonymous online community that is monitored by licensed clinicians
The all-women institution partnered with Togetherall in order to offer further support in offsetting the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The feature will allow members to connect, share, and support each other in smaller spaces and on topics that matter to them.
In the last of a four-part blog series covering all aspects of stress, we share the ways in which we can build a toolkit of coping tools that will help us to handle stress long-term.
In early 2022, Togetherall reached its next milestone in a population approach to mental health: its Trained Peers program, which provides students a twofold opportunity to gain training in digital mental health services early in their career, and to make a difference by giving back to peers in need of mental health support.
In the third of a four-part blog series covering all aspects of stress, we share some tips on coping when you're feeling overwhelmed or burnt out from a stressful situation.
Ben Locke, Ph.D., reflects on various digital peer-to-peer communities and discusses the necessity of risk-management to ensure a safe and supported environment that positively impacts mental health.
James Lyda, Ph.D. discusses the benefits and key components of effective and risk-managed peer-to-peer support and how population approaches can serve as early intervention in student mental health.
In the second of a four-part blog series covering all aspects of stress, we take a deeper look at the body's biological response to stress and what prolonged or overwhelming stress can do to us both mentally and physically.
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