The college student's guide to mental health

essential wellness strategies for flourishing in college
Mia Nosanow MA LP
Book - 2024

"While being in college can be an exciting time, it can also be a period of uncertainty, anxiety, loneliness, and even depression. The College Student's Guide to Mental Health is for any college student who wants to understand and maintain mental and emotional health. Mia Nosanow, a licensed psychologist and college therapist, has drawn upon her more than twenty years of direct experience counseling a diverse college student body to write a comprehensive mental and emotional health manual designed specifically for college students. Presented in clear, practical language and organized in short chapters, this book breaks down common problems and provides actionable strategies for addressing them. Whether students want to understand challenging emotions, transform negative thoughts, improve relationships, or explore the connection between time management and mental health, these topics and more can be found in this one book -- a valuable tool for college students as well as the families and professionals who support them." --

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Main Author: Nosanow, Mia (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Novato, California : New World Library, [2024]
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505 0 |a Introduction : How this book can help - and how to get the most out of it -- Part I : Your body -- Sleep -- Nutrition -- Movement -- Substance use -- Quiet time -- Your personal body culture -- Part II : Your identity -- Family: your personal history -- Self-knowledge -- Living your own life -- Part III : Your thoughts -- Awareness 101: noticing your thoughts -- Being 101: naming your thoughts without judgment -- Choosing 101: coping with your thoughts -- Comparing yourself to others -- Perfectionism -- Negativity -- Imposter syndrome -- Part IV : Your emotions -- Awareness 102: recognizing your feelings -- Being 102: naming your feelings without judgment -- Choosing 102: coping with your feelings -- Stress -- Grief and loss -- Procrastination -- Part V : Your relationships -- Friendship 101 -- Healthy friendships -- Healthy relationships with family members and mentors -- Intimacy -- Boundaries -- How to make new friends -- How to listen -- How to communicate clearly -- Healthy sexuality -- Healing from a breakup -- Part VI : Your time -- Balancing priorities -- Time management for mental health -- Healthy media use -- Afterword : Your future -- Appendix A : Calming strategies -- Breathing to bring calm -- Body scans -- Visualizations -- Progressive muscle release -- Meditation -- Quick stretches to do while studying -- Prayers - religious and otherwise -- Appendix B : Counseling -- What do people talk about in counseling? -- How to find on-campus counseling -- How to find off-campus counseling -- Coping with a panic attack -- Journaling -- Suicide prevention checklist -- Appendix C : Relationships -- How to help a friend -- Checklist of relationship and emotional abuse -- Checklist of sexual assault and harassment -- Checklist of mentor, spiritual, and faith leader abuse. 
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