Schools and Universities

  • One in four students have a diagnosable mental illness

  • 40% do not seek help

  • 80% feel overwhelmed by their responsibilities

  • 50% have become so anxious that they struggled in school

 
 
 
New York University, New York City

New York University, New York City

 

Go Fetch Wellness understands the need for more mental health education in schools. Stigma, shame, embarrassment, and fear of being judged are a few reasons why students are not speaking up when they have mental health struggles.

 

We have created a variety of speaking platforms to help ease the burden on college students, and we tailor each talk to the needs of your school.  Here are a few topics:

  • Understanding the role animals play in wellness
  • Education around emotional support animals and service animals and why students would chose to work with an assistance animal
  • Whole-person approach to wellness, including collaborating with different student support networks, both on and off campus
  • The power of peer support
  • How to determine if a peer is suffering and how to help him/her connect to help
  • Suicide Warning Signs
Columbia Univeristy, New York City

Columbia Univeristy, New York City

MSW canidates, University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work

MSW canidates, University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work