56.7% of 17–18 year oldsin the US have been diagnosed with a mental disorder at some point in their life
40% of college studentssaid that they were so depressed they found it difficult to function
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If you find that you are having a hard time adjusting, if you don’t feel like yourself, if you want someone to talk to, or if you want help, you can contact the:
Counseling Center — On campus center where you can talk to a Psychologist or Psychiatrist at free or reduced costs.
Therapist/Counselor — A clinician that holds a Master's degree or higher, has a state license, but cannot prescribe medication. Often called “psychologist”, “therapist”, “counselor”, “social worker” or “clinician”.
Psychiatrist — A doctor (MD) who has gone through medical school and has the ability to prescribe medication if necessary.
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