I believed that it wasn’t possible to be a grad student without being miserable. … More Supporting Your Colleagues Who Have Anxiety Disorders: Some Thoughts and Reflections
Consider joining in the next #MHPhDChat on February 14th – it’s a great way to connect with other grad students, post-docs, and academics! … More A Twitter Chat Review
Feeling isolated in the workplace can be a daily burden – peer support is crucial in lessening the mental health impact of workplace isolation. … More Overcoming Isolation in the Workplace: A Daily Focus
Why do we so often hide away behind veneers of success? For one thing, we fear being ‘found out’ as those imposters who aren’t good enough. … More Everyday Struggles
In a graduate cohort of 10 incoming students, at least one may have attempted suicide, and up to half of the cohort is likely to be struggling with mental health concerns. … More Suicidality in Graduate School: Part 1
We hope that higher education researchers will join our efforts by continuing to collect empirical data to better address the mental health needs of graduate students. … More The Status of Mental Health Research in Graduate Student Populations
The last thing you want as an ally is to make people feel like they have to be fake or “on” around you. … More What does it mean to be an ally to someone with a mental illness?
It’s been 22 days since our official launch and things are in full swing at the Academic Mental Health Collective! Our site has had thousands of visitors from all over the world – 31 countries in total. The majority of our traffic comes from Canada, USA, Australia, and the UK, but visitors from many other … More Contributing to the AMHC