Nadia’s Story: Persistent Paralysis and a Prolonged PhD (Part 2)

Nadia, a successful academic who privately struggled with anxiety, returns with Part 2 of her story. In Part 1, she shared about the early days of her graduate career and her eventual decision to practice self-care by taking time to work on her writing in a remote location.  Content warning: sexual assault and abortion. Please … More Nadia’s Story: Persistent Paralysis and a Prolonged PhD (Part 2)

Reading Round Up: The “Muslim Ban”

Here at the AHMC, our goal of fostering mental health leads us to envision an academic environment that is healthy and safe for people from a variety of marginalized backgrounds, including people of colour, people from poor and working class backgrounds, people with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQ+ community. This week, we are watching … More Reading Round Up: The “Muslim Ban”