Thank You, Therapists!

By Will Heininger, Depression Center Outreach Coordinator In the last year, so much about our lives has been turned upside down. We have had to change our daily routines, as well as the ways we attend school and work. We’ve adjusted to evolving health protocols, traded in holidays for visits …

Athletes Connected Unveils College Athlete Program Manual

By Jeremy Fallis, U-M Depression Center Marketing Communications Specialist To address the growing concern for college athlete mental health, requests by other institutions, and to promote general well-being, the University of Michigan’s Athletes Connected program has created a first-of-its-kind manual to aid in this quest. The College Athlete Mental Health …

Q&A: Rower Ally Eggleton

Athletes Connected caught up with rower and Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) Mental Health Liaison Ally Eggleton. Ally is a senior and shares her mental health story, how she got involved with SAAC and what she does to stay centered. The Athletes Connected program recognizes the many different entities that factor …

Six More Thoughts Bringing You Down (and How You Can Correct Them)

This is a follow-up article to Six Thoughts Bringing You Down (and How You Can Correct Them). Here are six more negative thoughts and ways they can be fixed. By Rachel Amity, MSW Candidate, U-M Athletic Counseling Team Have you ever caught yourself thinking about things in a way that …