The best defense is a good offense - building grit & resilience.
Built to match the heartbeat of student life.More on YOU at College
You can’t fix your mental health with duct tape. This is therapy the way a man does it.More on Man Therapy
Succeed, Thrive, Matter
The first tool of its kind on college campuses, YOU fosters self-awareness and individual well-being to connect students to evidence-based/supported information, campus resources, peers and opportunities. YOU is an innovative digital tool that serves as a comprehensive resource hub for the student experience - available 24/7 and accessible whenever and wherever they need it.
Each student’s experience with YOU is anonymous, personalized and unique. Input from the student’s personal profile and results from the Reality Check self-assessments allow YOU to optimize hundreds of resources that match student’s most pressing challenges. With ever-changing content and tools, YOU adapts alongside students from move-in day through graduation.
YOU not only introduces students to the importance of building personal resilience and mental well-being, but it also equips them with the tools, information and campus connections needed for a successful college experience.Learn more about YOU at College
Form-tackling male mental health to prevent suicide.
Since its 2012 launch, Man Therapy’s multimedia suicide-prevention campaign has proven that using humor gets serious results. Our target? Working-aged men in “Double Jeopardy”, a population that accounts for the largest number of suicide deaths, and is also the least likely to seek or receive any kind of support.
Through interactive content, our doctor-in-residence Dr. Rich Mahogany uses a one-two punch of manly humor and disarming bluntness on topics that are normally taboo, giving men permission to acknowledge their feelings and take their next step - whatever that may be. Dr. Rich Mahogany invites guys to take the eye-opening 20-Point Head Inspection, examine their own wellness and consider a wide array of actions, tools and resources designed to put them on the path to treatment and recovery.
The idea? Reduce stigma and get men to view mental health as they would a broken leg or open wound. We achieve this by speaking to guys in a way that no other mental health initiative has before.Visit ManTherapy.org