Welcome to our blog! Whatever may have brought you here to our website–concern for a loved one, to find answers for yourself, or simply to learn more about mental health and trauma–we hope you find the information you are looking for and are able to utilize the resources we share.
We are a team of nursing students and faculty from Brigham Young University’s College of Nursing who have a passion for learning and teaching others about trauma and mental health. Our mission is to create a one-stop resource center for both college students and the general public that contains accurate, reliable, and easy-to-understand information. Our platform will deliver information via many routes so that everyone can find something that works best for them.
All Things Trauma and Mental Health Blog
Readers can find articles on most recent scientific journal publications of various health topics on our blog page. These articles are written in a collaborative effort by our team members after spending hours reviewing medical journal articles for the most relevant and trustworthy information. New topics will be added every month, so check back here often!
All Things Trauma and Mental Health Podcast
At the beginning of every month, a new episode of our podcast will be released coordinating with our monthly blog article topic. These podcast episodes will be full of great information, firsthand experiences of those dealing with mental illness or trauma, and interviews with providers of the great resources we reference on our page. Whether you’d like to hear the experiences of people dealing with similar struggles to your own, or are simply looking for a good way to pass the time on your work commute, we can’t recommend it enough!
All Things Trauma and Mental Health Videos
Some things are best explained and understood visually, so we will often include videos with our trauma and mental health topics to increase learning and awareness. We also plan to create videos specifically geared towards children, so that this resource can be used by parents, guardians, and teachers to help kids understand these important, but sometimes difficult topics.
We live in a world where 1 in 10 people struggle with a mental health disorder and even more have dealt with trauma in their lifetime, meaning that it is more important than ever to gain an understanding and raise awareness of mental health. In sharing our information with you, we hope you take the chance to share it with others to create a wide network of support for friends, family, and all the world around us.