In Over Your Head: Dealing with College Stress

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Student, Indiana University

Students don't have to go through stressful times alone. Here are a few resources that can help when they feel like they're in over their heads. read more

Students Get Their Paws on New Career Paths with Assistance Dog Training Program

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Students at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington have a chance to spend some time with furry friends while earning college credit -- all while doing some good for the community. read more

Grad School Student Stories: Kelly Bowes, MA

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If you're like many people considering graduate school, you're probably wondering what the experience is like. Often, it helps to talk to someone who's been there. So that's what we did. read more

Deconstructing Majors

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Assistant Editor, Online Specialist, Carnegie Communications

It's easier than ever for students and parents to find tools to help decide on a degree: websites, personality tests, employment statistics, and so on. Of course, just because you have the tools doesn't mean you know how to use them . . . read more

Private Practice: A Career in Mental Health

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Child and Family Therapist

Have a heart--and an ear--for helping others? You might find a rewarding career as a therapist. Here, one young woman shares what led her to pursue a path in family therapy, what the work entails, and even how she started her own private practice! read more

Psychology Majors and Potential Careers

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Whether it's counseling people through hard times or figuring out ways to preemptively improve lives before those hard times set in, the study of psychology can prepare you for many rewarding careers. read more