WVC student senate presents speaker on mental health on Jan. 28

OMAK - The Associate Students of Wenatchee Valley College (ASWVC) have scheduled a speaker to discuss the importance of education and mental health this January. The virtual presentations are open to all WVC employees and students. 
 
Author and college mental health specialist Josh Rivedal will virtually present on suicide prevention on Thursday, Jan. 28 at 3 p.m. Rivedal will share the message that it’s okay to talk about mental health and that it’s possible to live mentally well in college and beyond. Students will learn about what mental health is and is not, coping skills, how to reframe failure, and how to help someone experiencing a mental health breakdown or suicidal crisis. Students will receive local and national resources for student mental health. Register for this event wvc.edu/CampusLifeEvents.
 
The Campus Life department is designed to meet interests beyond the classroom through co-curricular activities. These activities and services enhance the learning that occurs inside the classroom, as well as play an important role in student retention, academic success and cognitive development. To learn more, visit wvc.edu/CampusLife.
 

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