Category Loneliness

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college student in dorm room
Behavior Change

It’s pretty clear outside the world of college, asking for help has been stigmatized. And I think as a society we’re getting better about reversing that stigmatization, but we need to emphasize it tenfold on college campuses.

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Drawings of people
Behavior Change

Normalizing social anxiety will help teens understand that people may not look or sound lonely, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t. The goal of this tool should be pushing yourself enough out of your comfort zone to build the college social experience you are searching for.

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Nod mobile application screen
Loneliness

Five ways the Nod app encourages lasting social connections, even during COVID-19.

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Got loneliness
Behavior Change

GenZ college students are experiencing loneliness at epidemic levels. Learn about 5 key insights developed by Hopelab to guide product development efforts.

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Non-binary student
Loneliness

We created personas to help us remember who are we designing for when we’re deep in wireframing or writing content for a digital tool to reduce loneliness.

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Teen in desert
Loneliness

Loneliness unlike other health paradigms, doesn’t have the most obvious symptoms. A person can be high functioning and lonely.

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Teen holding head leaning against a window
Loneliness

Forming friendships takes time and effort, and there are many things about freshman year in college that can feel uncomfortable and lead to feelings of intense loneliness.

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teen girl
Loneliness

I didn’t know what I was experiencing was loneliness or that those around me were feeling it too. This is my experience with loneliness and my awakening.

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Welcome to our dorm
Loneliness

Hopelab attends NASPA strategies conference in Washington DC, exploring loneliness & connection on college campuses, working with adminstrators.

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Nod mobile example
Apps

Nod offers higher education leaders a research-backed tool they can confidently share with students, knowing it addresses two critical threats to student mental health: loneliness and depression.

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Nod mobile application example
Loneliness

Read the results of the pilot randomized controlled trial on the nod smartphone app created to address loneliness among college students.

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