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Q&A with Maddi McKay

Q&A with Maddi McKay

Juliet Menz April 10, 2024

Portrait of Maddi McKay, Care Coordinator for the Office of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). PHOTO COURTESY OF MADDI MCKAY In February, Maddi McKay was appointed as the Care Coordinator...

GRAPHIC: CASEY WOOD ’23/THE HAWK

Making room for intersectionality in neurodiversity

Tayler Washington May 4, 2022

ADHD/ADD in women I’ve been on Lexapro, an antidepressant, since I was 17. I knew something was wrong when I got in my car for the first day of senior year of high school and cried in my driveway...

Understanding the stigma behind therapy

Anna Kalafatis '22, Staff Writer February 22, 2022

When Jackie Moyer ’23 was first approached by her parents to try therapy, “it felt like the worst thing in the world that could happen to me,” Moyer said.  Moyer is not alone in that feeling,...

AnnE Potter ’25 doing goat yoga at Hellerick’s Family Farm. PHOTO: ANNE POTTER ’25/THE HAWK

Guess ‘hooves’ doing yoga?

AnnE Potter November 16, 2021

Student tries out goat yoga for the first time As the goat climbed onto my back in the middle of a downward dog yoga pose, I remembered what the instructor, Donna Pastorok, told us before the class started:...

The waiting area in the CAPS office in Merion Gardens (Photo by Rose Barrett ’20).

A new approach

Maggie McGill October 10, 2018

CAPS aims to focus on short-term treatment St. Joe’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is changing its approach to counseling services in order to accommodate high demand and prevent a...

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