Here at the Counseling Center we see students who have a variety of concerns. Most students can benefit from learning stress management, a lifelong skill which is especially useful when people begin their professional lives. In addition to stress issues, we commonly see students with depression, anxiety, eating disorders and interpersonal concerns. Often these issues are exacerbated or caused by substance use. We have included information on some of these issues below. You may also want to access the other resources listed below for additional information.
National Institute of Mental Health — This site provides information on various mental health topics as researched by the NIMH.
American Psychological Association Help Center — Self-help information site of the APA providing support for many of life's problems.
University of Chicago's Virtual Pamphlet Collection — Visit this site for one of the most extensive recommended self-help site addressing many concerns with many more articles and resources.
American Psychiatric Association —This site provides information ranging from mental illness to finding the right psychiatrist.
ULifeLine.com — Offers online behavioral support system with links to many helpful sites. To access this site:
Note: On-line screenings are available on the "Self e-Valuator."