Fact or Fiction
Where students learn about the myths around depression, isolation and suicide.
They also learn what to say to someone they are worried about.
Students get to learn about famous and successful people living with a mental health disorder and how they either used the disorder to their advantage or did not allow it to prevent them from achieving their goals. Then they match symptoms to illnesses.
Share a Secret
Students get to share their secrets anonymously by uploading into our Virtual Secret Drop Box online in advance of the event. During the period when students are in the waiting room waiting for the event to start they get to see the secrets their peers have already shared before the event.
The last segment of the IHMG is where students get to ask questions and share what is on their minds. Campus counselors are invited to participate and field questions.
At the outset of the IHMG we have students fill out a survey about how they feel, what their stress level may be, and confront the fears they have about the future and at the end we ask them to fill it out again to see if there has been a change in their knowledge and condition. That data is shared with the appropriate leadership at the college or university to help evaluate the effectiveness of the IHMG and to learn what issues their student body are facing to help frame a response and initiate programming that can help address those issues.
Pricing60 - 90 minute show
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