The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

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Chapter 4: Fish Out of Water
"...forward. If you find that you are spending your time living in the past, finding no joy in the present, or experiencing a deep sadness that will not go away even with distractions, you may be heading towards clinical depression and you need to seek professional help. Your school’s student health center will be able to help you find the care you need. ..."
"...Grieving takes time and needs expression. It certainly helps to have someone who will listen to those expressions of grief. Call on a parent or other family member, a mentor, pastor or trusted friend. College campuses are well-equipped at providing student health counselors and other professionals who are well-versed in the grief cycle of students, international and otherwise. ..."
"...may find yourself being pushed to the student mental health counselors by your deans, advisors or a friend. It is in the best interest of the institution you are attending to make sure you succeed. They care about how you are doing. That is exactly why many referrals to student health counselors will come from the learning support centers on campuses. When they see a student’s grades drop and the student put on academic probation, they realize he or she may need a little help. ..."
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"... health services was that he felt safe speaking to someone outside the classroom in a neutral and non-judgmental atmosphere. - student health and Counseling Services - Student counseling centers exist on nearly every college campus and many have other less overt layers of student support. ..."

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"...maintenance organization (HMO). The most cost-effective policies tend to be ones offered through the college or university itself. As with most policies, the more you pay, the more services you receive; however, many insurance plans offered by the institution cover 100% of treatment if it is obtained through the student health center. They typically do not cover serious or chronic conditions or accidents. ..."

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"...student healthrces are in place to help your child succeed. If she is struggling with academics, she can visit the writing lab, the math lab, hire a tutor or speak directly with her professor or teacher’s assistant. Highly confidential mental health services are available to help students deal with eating disorders, ..."

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