Mental Health Care Matters

MAC raised Awareness for the Mental Health and Suicide Prevention at the Tiffin-Seneca Heritage Festival Parade

On Saturday, September 21, Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC) faculty Dr. DoHee Kim-Appel and MAC students Kaitlin Arnesen, Chantel Ely, Savannah Naugle-Baker, Katey Walton and their family members joined the Tiffin Suicide Coalition to raise awareness about mental health and suicide prevention during the Tiffin-Seneca Heritage Festival Parade.

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The next deadline for grants from the Pepsi Fund and the Martha and Ernest Hammel Student Research Fund to support student research and/or travel to professional conferences is October 1, 2020.
Keep the Castle Connected provides students a way to remain connected during quarantine. Student will have daily opportunities to connect with a Stoner Health and Counseling Center staff as well as other students. Students will be able to meet via Zoom and be presented with a brief Mindfulness activity and then engaged in a light hearted discussion/conversation. These sessions are not therapy sessions and are meant to allow students to remain connected to others on campus. Students will need to email