Student Voice


November 29, 2023



Letter to the editor

SHS provides depression help

March 23, 2007

Depression, anxiety and stress are all very common among college students. Even at UWRF, a notable percentage of students have reported such health concerns according to The American College Health Association National College Health Assessment administered to UWRF students in 2006.

Student Health and Counseling Services would like you to consider what a natural, “brain healthy” program could do for you and the chemistry of your mind through a presentation by Dr. Henry Emmons, notable psychiatrist and author of The Chemistry of Joy.

Dr. Emmons will be making a keynote presentation open to all students, faculty and staff on April 6 from 10-11 a.m. in Ballroom A of the University Center. In his presentation he will discuss the “enemies of joy” and how they affect brain health and function, as well as, the need for a healthy brain supported through natural and spiritual practices.

We hope to see you there, but if you cannot make it, always know that Student Health and Counseling Services are here to help anytime you may need it. Just call 425-3293 or 425-3884.

Katy Leisch
Student Health Services
Student Intern