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          Virtual Health & Wellness

          The departments of Health & Wellness have built a set of virtual resources that are designed to enhance your wellness. For our latest offerings, check out our upcoming live events and subscribe to our YouTube channel.

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          Race Based Trauma

          Raced-based traumatic stress injury is an “emotional or physical pain or the threat of emotional or physical pain stemming from racism in the form or harassment, discrimination, or discriminatory harassment” (Carter, 2007). The severity may be the consequence of the cumulative effect of racism associated with personal, vicarious, collective, and historical racial injuries.

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          Staying Active

          Get the current answers to frequently asked questions about physical activity or exercise and COVID-19:

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          W&M Counseling Center

          The WMCC continues to be committed to providing supportive services to students. We are sensitive to the impact that current stressors and multiple unexpected changes could have on a student's sense of wellbeing. Learn more about how the Counseling Center is responding to the remote learning approach W&M has implemented in order to contain the spread of COVID-19.

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          Flourishing During Unexpected, Uncertain and Unwanted Change by Kelly Crace

          Our world and university are managing an unprecedented change that affects everyone who is connected to this community. How do we healthfully manage the wide range of emotions and thoughts associated with this pandemic?

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          NOCD: Online Therapy & Managing Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

          NOCD provides online therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), one of the most misunderstood, prevalent, and severe mental health conditions. Inside the NOCD platform, you can do live video-therapy sessions with a licensed OCD therapist, as well as get 24/7 support from peer communities and self-help tools when your therapist isn’t available.

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