New online mental health resources geared for college students

As more researchers delve into the inner workings of the largely mysterious organ known as the brain, an online site has set out to play their part in alleviating mental illness among college students. The umbrella site and organization, Online Colleges provides resource guides on how to have a better and more successful college experience. And their latest guide, Critical Mental Health Resources for College Students,  tackles mental health from all angles. “We offer a comprehensive … [Read more...]

Oakland County Officials to host informational hearing on curbing violence will focus on mental health

On Tuesday, April 23, 2013, the fourth of a five-part series of special informational hearings on “Curbing Gun Violence” will begin during the Oakland County Board of Commissioners’ Public Services Committee meeting. The meeting begins at 11:30 am and will follow the regular agenda items. The meeting will be held in the Oakland County Board of Commissioners’ Committee Room A, located 1200 Telegraph Road in Pontiac, Michigan and will be webcast live. Public Services Committee Chairman Bill … [Read more...]

Author Marie Gates Will Discuss Her Book, Are We Our Past Lives? at the Rochester Hills Public Library

Marie Gates, author of Are We Our Past Lives? Soul Patterns in Personalities and Relationships will discuss how past lives may affect one’s personality, relationships and mental health at the Rochester Hills Public Library on Thursday, February 23 at 7 p.m. Gates has a master’s degree in psychology and has taught at various colleges and universities. She has spent the past 30 years researching the topic of reincarnation. Books will be available to purchase after the … [Read more...]