Loyola University Maryland

Counseling Center

Social Media

Photo of the Instagram logo on a cell phoneThe Counseling Center shares a variety of justice-focused content on social media, including posts centered around current events and planned series. Our main social media channel is on Instagram. Follow us on Instagram (@loyolamd_counselingcenter!

Some of our planned series have included:

  • Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
  • Black History Month
  • Indigenous Peoples’ Heritage Month 
  • International Day of Persons with Disabilities
  • Latinx Heritage Month
  • Marginalized Identities Mental Health Month 
  • Pride Month
  • Women’s History Month

Check out some examples of past posts below:  

graphic with a dark blue background and colorful dots in shades of purple around the border with text that says 'July is... Marginalized Identities Mental Health Month. Our minds matter' graphic with background of colorful textiles with text reading 'November, Indigenous Peoples' Heritage Month'

a graphic with a background of candles with text that says 'Dear AAPI Students, We Hear You. The Counseling Center Staff' graphic with purple background, with a cat wearing a rainbow bowtie in the bottom left. The text says 'Happy Pride Month'

a graphic with a keyboard in one corner and a cell phone with social media icons. The text says 'What can I do? Do a social media purge.' a graphic with text that says for disability-related support services, Disability Support Services Maryland and Access Living

We know the importance of using a platform to inform about important social justice issues. If you have any feedback or suggestions for future content, please reach out to counselingcenter@loyola.edu. DM and email messages are not read regularly and therefore not intended for urgent use.  If you are experiencing a mental health crisis or emergency while away from campus, you can speak to an After-Hours Counselor at (410) 617-5330, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.