Depression and anxiety rise on campus

    Colleges around the country report an increase in students seeking help at mental health counseling centers. And a new study looking at the mental wellness of college kids over the course of several decades found a steady rise in depression and severe anxiety.

    Colleges around the country report an increase in students seeking help at mental health counseling centers. And a new study looking at the mental wellness of college kids over the course of several decades found a steady rise in depression and severe anxiety. WHYY’s behavioral health reporter Maiken Scott spoke with psychologist Dan Gottlieb about these findings.

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