Starting to feel anxious about "going home" or being around family for the holidays? Here are seven tips to help you make the most of the season and enjoy the break from academic pressures.
Approaching an individual with a personal health-related issue is a process often involving many elements including engaging in dialogue, educating yourself and your friend, and exploring resources, with the eventual goal of them seeking additional help from a health care professional.
Anger is a common, normal, healthy emotion felt by most people. It can range from mild irritation or annoyance to full-blown rage or physical violence.
Whooping cough is a very contagious cough illness. It is spread through droplets from the mouth and nose when a person with pertussis coughs, sneezes, or talks. Young infants are at highest risk for severe illness, hospitalization and death from whooping cough.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, also known as ADHD, is a condition that makes it difficult for people to control their attention and behavior. It usually appears before age seven. ADHD symptoms may create difficulties getting work done. Symptoms may also affect relationships with friends and family.
Kim Barrett, PhD, (206) 685-8391
Belle Chenault, PhD, NCSP, (206) 465-8068
Rochelle Coffey, PsyD, (206) 947-4411
Fremont Community Therapy, 3417 Fremont Ave No #225, Seattle, WA, (206) 633-2405 (sliding scale)
Russ Hanford, PhD, (206) 409-9613
Kim Kendall, PhD, (206) 329-8845
The Learn Clinic (located on UW campus at Guthrie Annex 1), (206) 543-6511
Jennifer Watson, PhD, 1314 NE 43rd St, (206) 331-2453
The purpose of this group is to provide a safe, supportive, and affirming environment where individuals can explore thoughts and feelings around sexual orientation and gender identity.