Thursday, October 20, 2022

On October 20th, CFM held a THRIVE breakfast to help spread awareness about mental health and the resources available to all CFM students. 

The intention of this breakfast was to strike up a conversation about normalizing communication surrounding mental health. This was also a great opportunity for students to socialize with one another over delicious bagels, fruits, juices, coffee, tea, and more.

As Professor James Thompson, co-director of CFM, says,

The return to in-person classes has brought student mental health to the forefront. Programs like THRIVE are helping our students reconnect in a welcoming and open environment.

To learn more about the THRIVE initiative click here.

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