With the COVID-19 pandemic having a significant impact on everyone’s mental health, it is important now more than ever to reduce the stigma around mental health struggles and encourage individuals to seek out the help they need.
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Woodbury University’s office of counseling services is sharing some important and potentially life-saving community resources with you all:
There are times when the stresses of a personal, family, or social situation impact your ability to function academically, professionally, and/or personally. Counseling Services encourages students to feel empowered and comfortable in reaching out for help.
A team of Qualified Mental Health Professionals, counseling services staff incorporate a philosophy of wellness in which each person becomes more aware of who they are and makes choices toward positive change by using a client-centered, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, solution-focused approach toward identifying solutions. No problem is too big or small to reach out for help!
Reach out to 1-818-252-5237 or via e-mail at email@example.com to begin services. Counseling team staff include Licensed Therapist Ruth Burgher-Gibore, Director of Counseling Services; Licensed Therapist Rhex Bartolome, and counselor Ryan Burtanog, for the San Diego campus.
Stigma involves negative attitudes or discrimination against someone based on a distinguishing characteristic such as a mental illness, health condition, or disability. Social stigmas can also be related to other characteristics including gender, sexuality, race, religion, and culture.
This workshop discusses various types of stigma, resources for support, and what can be done to prevent it.
Facilitated by Rhex Bartolome, MA, LMFT, Ryan Burtanog, and Ruth Burgher-Gibore, MA, LMFT Director of Counseling Services.