Open Up On Mental Health, Kathleen Sebelius Tells Forum In Kc

Sitcom creator plays back his youth on a The Goldbergs But few sitcoms have been more autobiographical than The Goldbergs, which draws on the childhood and high-decibel domestic life of Adam Goldberg, who grew up to be an actor, director and producer but before that, as this show reveals amusingly, was a pint-sized videographer, capturing the high jinks of his home life as a preteen with his familys shoebox-sized VHS camcorder. Sloppy oversight in Kansas on taxpayer incentives Kansans deserve a fair taxation policy enforced in the state and should expect vast improvement by the agency. It would be irresponsible although sadly par for the course when it comes to public incentives to allow the status quo to continue. By TONY RIZZO The Kansas City Star Updated: 2013-09-22T05:31:00Z By TONY RIZZO The Kansas City Star As secretary of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius is a member of the presidents Cabinet and in charge of the federal governments efforts to improve the physical and mental well-being of Americans. All of us know someone facing behavioral health issues, she said. We need to get rid of the idea that its somebody else. Its all of us. The former Kansas governor shared her story with more than 300 people who gathered in Kansas City on Saturday to talk about better mental health care.
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New mental health Essential NU opens dialogue, explains resources

New mental health Essential NU opens dialogue, explains resources

Maddie Elkins , Reporter September 23, 2013 After an academic year that brought mental health issues at Northwestern to the forefront of campus discussions, a new required event for freshmen and transfers debuted Sunday night at Welsh-Ryan Arena. The latest addition to the series of Essential NU events presented to incoming students included talks from John Dunkle, director of Counseling and Psychological Services; Patricia Telles-Irvin, vice president for student affairs; and Ani Ajith, Associated Student Government president. Jordan Burnham, a member of Active Minds Speakers Bureau, gave the programs featured speech. Burnham spoke of how his struggle with depression fueled his attempt to take his own life.
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Mental health concerns spread across campuses

One in four students at ISU suffer from a mental illness. Students can find help and other resources at the Student Health Services Building across from the Bone Student Center. (Jake Johnson / Staff Photographer)

I think for many kids its [college is] the first time leaving home. Its their first time being on their own, so they may be a little bit homesick; they might miss their family; they may not have the family supports in place that they would normally be able to check in with, so theres some new coping mechanisms that come into place, she said. LaTanya Scott, freshman accounting and business management major, agreed with Thomas conclusion. Thats probably true. During the beginning of the year, just being in a new place and around new people that you dont really know, its kind of hard not to be feeling some type of way.
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