Mental Health Resources

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Responding to and maintaining our mental wellness can sometimes feel like a full-time job. Luckily, there are lots of little ways we can support ourselves. In addition to counseling & talk therapy (click here to schedule an appointment with the Office of Health & Wellness), we can do simple things like moving our body, listening to a guided meditation, and getting a full night's sleep. Check out the links below for more information, links to helpful websites to use in crisis, and more!

Wellness Resources

Hotlines & Helpful Websites

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Numbers to call and websites to use in moments of crisis and pain 

Aetna Student Health & Well-Being


Psychology Today, Find a Therapist

Health Profs


Suicide Prevention Lifeline

National Grad Crisis Lifeline

The Psychiatric Urgent Care and Suicide Prevention Assistance Hotline: 888-813-TEAM 


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A big part of mental wellness is giving your brain a healthy, creative break from studying. Here are some podcasts that do just that. Some are wellness related, others are just entertaining. Importantly, none of them involve true crime.  

  • Tara Brach Podcast 
  • We Can Do Hard Things, with Glennon Doyle 
  • You’re Wrong About
  • Chameleon, Wild Boys
  • Normal Gossip
  • On Being 
  • 10% Happier 


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Below are information videos on various wellness topics, including managing negative thoughts and the biological impact that exposure to stress and trauma has on our brains & physical health.  

Click here to view playlist of the below topics:

  • How Childhood Trauma Affects Health Across a Lifetime
  • The Power of Vulnerability
  • Mastering the Paradox of Acceptance and Change with Anxiety
  • Passengers on a Bus
  • How Stress Affects your Brain
  • It’s Okay to Feel Overwhelmed. Here’s What to Do Next
  • Values vs Goals (The Happiness Trap)