Talkspace: A Benefit for Undergraduate Members
Encouraging members to take care of their mental health is a priority for Delta Tau Delta. In the spring of 2018 the Fraternity launched a new student benefit through a partnership with Talkspace. Talkspace makes it simple and convenient to connect with fully licensed, highly respected counselors via text, audio or video messages from your browser or smartphone—in the library, over the weekend or between classes. Undergraduate members have access to Talkspace for up to three consecutive months at no cost. Talkspace is completely optional and more importantly, 100 percent anonymous and secure.
To get started, visit talkspace.com/delts and enter the email address that Delta Tau Delta has on file for you (this may be your personal or school email address). You should receive a confirmation email within five minutes, if you don't receive the confirmation email, please try another email address.
If you have used Talkspace through our partnership, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reactivate your account.
Facing the Word in NYC
Undergraduate Council representative Michael Nguyen (Case Western Reserve University, 2019) traveled to New York City in October 2018 as a guest of the Mental Health & Young Americans conference hosted by Talkspace.
In August, Nguyen took the stage to introduce Dave Kasdan, vice president of business development for Talkspace at the St. Louis Karnea. Afterward, they discussed the state of mental health services and health and wellness on campuses.