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 …

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

This is the first in a two-part resource article. The second part has six more thoughts. By Rachel Amity, MSW Candidate, U-M Athletic Counseling Team Have you ever caught yourself thinking about things in a way that makes you feel sad, frustrated, or less confident? Many of us slip into …

The New Gameplan: How to Transition from High School to College

By Jevon Moore, Athletics Counseling Intern/Mental Health Outreach Coordinator Your coach yells, “Timeout!” and the ref immediately follows with a loud blow of the whistle. Your team gathers on the sideline with the coaches for one last time. There’s 1:48 on the clock and you get a shot of water …

Mental Health Wellness Plays a Role in Beilein’s Championship Success

By Jeremy Fallis, Athletes Connected Communicator The end-product of a championship season is done in public: hoisting the trophy and cutting down the nets. Beyond the scenes, however, the hours of work on the court and in the film room fuels success. There’s planning, effort and sweat. What may not …