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University of New England Colors & Connection

University of New England Colors & Connection

More Campus UnLonely Workshops in Action:Exploring Creative Solutions at The University of New England! October 17, 2022The University of New England (UNE) in Biddeford, Maine, is committed to finding innovative ways to support mental health on campus. On September...

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Harvard School of Public Health Colors & Connection

Harvard School of Public Health Colors & Connection

Tackling the Loneliness Epidemic on College Campuses:Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health steps up! September 8, 2022The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (HSPH), one of the leading public health schools in the nation, is making loneliness a key theme in...

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The Powerful Tool of Stories

The Powerful Tool of Stories

by Reji Mathew, Ph.D., LCSW, REAT

As an expressive arts educator and advocate, a central ethos of my teaching approach is to bring ideas to life through multi-media arts expression, referred to as intermodal processing, using the arts as a tool to process themes.

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Short Film: “Can Art be Medicine?”

Short Film: “Can Art be Medicine?”

Can Art be Medicine? Whether through expressive writing, music, movement or visual media, all the arts are able to change people's perspectives, moods, relationships and overall health. We're working to broaden awareness of the power of creative expression to...

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UnLonely Symposium

UnLonely Symposium

The first iteration of the UnLonely Symposium 2021 was a resource for shared learning, and new ideas with up-to-date research around Aging, Workplace, Campus, and Community Mental Health.

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Next Avenue’s 2020 Influencers in Aging

Next Avenue’s 2020 Influencers in Aging

Dr. Jeremy Nobel’s life work is dedicated to healing – as a physician and faculty member of the Harvard Medical School. He is also dedicated to the healing of soul and spirit, as the Founder and President of the Foundation for Art & Healing, which explores the connection between the two elements of healing and art.

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Holiday Activity Starter

Holiday Activity Starter

With expectations high for joy and cheer during the holiday season, we tend to be more impacted by daily annoyances and are disappointed when events don’t go as we imagine. However, research reveals occasional, dramatic jumps in happiness during the holidays that point to a fundamental source: togetherness.

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It’s Been Quite a Year

It’s Been Quite a Year

Navigating these extraordinary and uncertain times can be challenging to say the least. Through the support of our partners, sponsors, and you, we’re proud to have helped communities when they needed it most by meaningful impacting over 50,000 lives. Now in the spirit of the season, we come to you again.

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