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Part 1

Part 1

Mending a Broken Mind-

By Priscilla Tallman, All American Woman’s Volleyball Player

She confided in her trainer, Abigail Wonnell, but it was clear Nwanebu needed something beyond the scope of a supportive friend and trainer. She started seeing a counselor in the middle of her sophomore season to deal with feelings of confusion, doubt, guilt, and disappointment. Then on the advice of her counselor, she created an online journal where she could vent and keep her thoughts in one place…

Part 2

Part 2

What’s Hurting Our Athletes

By Anonymous Collegiate Athlete

Mental health in collegiate student athletes? Ever heard of it? No? Don’t worry you’re not alone...

As I finished up my last semester as a collegiate student athlete and a psychology major, I realized that rarely anyone addresses the mental health in collegiate student athletes…

Mastery Skills for Difficult Emotions

Mastery Skills for Difficult Emotions

The Three c’s to Master Your Emotions for the Holidays

We know the holidays can be hard for many people emotionally, including the athletes we work with. Those who struggle with depression and anxiety normally, this time of year it can get more severe or exasperated. To do our part in supporting those who struggle, we will like to offer our “quick guide'“ on how to cope and work through these difficult emotions. Click the button below to print it out.