Colleges Offering Therapy to Students ‘Traumatized’ by Election Results
Colleges throughout the country are offering students a variety of therapeutic activities after Donald Trump was elected president on Tuesday night.
The Wall Street Journal highlighted a number of examples from across the country.
Students at Cornell University gathered to hold a “cry-in” with students drinking hot chocolate and using tissues handed out by school staff. The University of Kansas announced that it would regularly bring in therapy dogs to campus while Tufts University had arts and crafts on hand. – READ MORE