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Inside Look

Dealing With Holiday Stress

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There are many dynamics that can make the holidays stressful: stress due to orchestrating a perfect family celebration, holiday bills, losses due to divorce or death in the family, crowded social calendars, etc.

A Meditation for Peace

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It can seem as though local, national and international events are occurring faster than we can comprehend. 

Supporting Our Students: Conflict in the Ukraine

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EKU is a global community of students, faculty, and staff with ties to varioius regions of the world. The EKU Counseling Center recognizes the traumatic impact that armed conflict can have, even when we are not physically present or directly involved.

Statement from the Counseling Center

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The EKU Counseling Center stands in solidarity with and in support of those who have been harmed by the violent acts throughout the country.

If you are being impacted by these or other acts of hate, discrimination, intimidation or oppression, we are here for you. You are not alone. You matter.

Become a MHPA-Mental Health Peer Advocate!

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Thank you for your interest in the Mental Health Peer Advocate (MHPA) program! MHPA is a student outreach group designed to facilitate the connection between EKU students and the Counseling Center.

Coping with Grief and Loss

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The loss of a loved one is among the most traumatic events that a person can experience. The emotions of grief and the grieving process are painful but natural, expected and necessary parts of healing and recovery. There is no one way and no right or wrong way to grieve, and there is no schedule or deadline for the resolution of and recovery from loss.

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