Counseling Resources

Campus resources

CoachLinkCoachLink pairs undergraduate students looking for help with graduate student mentors who help you get rooted at EMU and make choices that are right for you as you adjust to life away from home. You don’t need a certain diagnosis or to be in counseling to utilize CoachLink.

ONLINE resources

“Help with Addictions: ":http://www.helpguide.org/topics/addiction.htm

“What is Addiction?: ":http://www.helpguide.org/harvard/addiction_hijacks_brain.htm

“Internet, Computer, Cybersex Addiction: ":http://www.helpguide.org/mental/internet_cybersex_addiction.htm

Healthy Living with Bipolar Disorder – online book about living with bipolar disorder.

Coping with Grief – online information about the pain of grief, normal grief reactions,and how you can find help. Learn more about grief and how it affects us, especially when someone you know dies suddenly.

ULifeline – your online resource for college mental health. – From The Student Counseling Virtual Pamphlet Collection
(University of Chicago)

www.freedomfromfear.org – On-line screening. Visit this site to see if you may suffer from a clinical form of depression or anxiety. You may then choose to schedule an appointment at the Counseling Office to go over your results.

www.nimh.nih.gov – good information about a wide range of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, ADHD, eating disorders, and personality disorders

www.adaa.org – good information on anxiety disorders for college students

www.nmha.org/infoctr/ – good information about a range of mental disorders, eating disorders, symptoms, treatment, etc.

www.rmhonline.com/RMHServices/BehavioralHealth/AddictionServices/tabid/158/Default.aspx – local services for alcohol or drug abuse needs

www.circleof6app.com/ – Circle of 6: a free app that prevents violence before it happens

Self-screening tools

Below are some useful tools for self-assesment: