From yoga to advocacy, MSU offers comprehensive support for survivors

Look around the room: Name five things that you can see. Name four that you can touch. Name three that you can hear. Two that you can smell. And one that you can taste.

This simple “grounding” technique—helpful in easing anxiety, staving off a panic attack or weathering a flashback—is among the coping skills that students can learn this fall through MSU’s wide array of individual and group therapy services for survivors of sexual assault.

The programs are offered by MSU’s Sexual Assault Program, whose 11-person staff and 100 volunteers also operate a 24-hour crisis hotline that serves the campus and greater community. All of the services are confidential...continue to read the story on MSU Our Commitment page