Host Gabrielle Salgado talks with sophomore Isabel Montoya about the importance of family and a support system in athletics, especially for mental health.
Mental health awareness
First-year Business Administration major and baseball player Blake Pou speaks about the importance of mindfulness in athletics.
Senior Business Administration major Key Pearson speaks about her mental health challenges as one of Pepperdine’s top cross country athletes.
Photo courtesy of Will Noland Senior business administration major Will Noland never pictured himself as the kind of person attending an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. But two years into recovery, these meetings have allowed him to find community and comfort on his road to sobriety. “On paper, AA isn’t supposed to work,” Noland said. “Scientifically they […]
Photo courtesy of Stacey Lee Gobir As a first generation Korean-American, Stacey Lee Gobir has devoted her life’s work to challenging negative stigmas associated with mental health services. Lee Gobir, who earned a bachelor’s degree in creative writing and a master’s degree in Dispute Resolution from Pepperdine, is now a coordinator for the Health, Wellness […]
September is National Suicide Prevention Month, but promoting a kinder, more welcoming society should be a priority every month. Physical health problems typically warrant visits to the doctor, days off from work and customized treatment plans: Mental health concerns should be treated with the same respect and delicacy.
The Counseling Center assisted the largest number of students in its history during the fall 2019 semester.
Through the loss of a daughter, father Arik Housley and his family have created a mission of positivity and kindness.
The Pepperdine Resilience Program launched with its Healthy Happy Hour event to spark an open conversation about mental health.
Pepperdine Active Minds, a club that was recently established on campus, aims to cultivate conversation about mental health