Meet Chris Davey. Chris is a senior at Stevenson University in Maryland, set to graduate in May with a degree in Psychology. Chris founded Active Minds at Stevenson during his first week of freshman year and has been an unstoppable force ever since.
“My personal experiences struggling with anxiety and ADHD led me to check out Active Minds after my first week at Stevenson. Once I had the chance to meet other chapter members and see the open and accepting atmosphere they created, I knew I had a place to spend the next four years.”
Last semester, Active Minds at the University of Michigan hosted a Mental Health Wellness and Speaker Event. During the event, Active Minds members brainstormed with other students ways in which they can relieve stress throughout the school year and hosted a Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience graduate student speaker, Daniel Porter.
The chapter set out to reach their entire student body by hosting an event on the campus’s most visited area, the Diag, directly in the middle of Central Campus. Continue Reading
An Apple a Day Keeps the Depression Away?
New research suggests that eating five servings of fruits and vegetables a day increases your mental health. Continue Reading