The Wellness Hub https://claytonwellnesshub.com/
Adjusting to College https://www.settogo.org/
Anxiety: Help for anxiety, fears, and phobias https://www.anxietycoach.com/
Coping with Grief and Loss https://www.helpguide.org/articles/grief/coping-with-grief-and-loss.htm
Detox and Withdrawal Resources https://www.detoxlocal.com/
Overdose Prevention and Support https://thesummitwellnessgroup.com/resources/overdose-prevention/
Sleep: Get some facts about sleep for college students and some tips on improving yours https://mattresshelp.org/guide-college-sleep/
Stay Home Self Care: Visit this website for fun ideas to keep you sane, safe, and soothed!
Stress Management Workshop http://www.allaboutdepression.com/workshops/stress/stress01.html
Students and Substances: Get information about drugs and alcohol https://www.addictioncenter.com/ , https://www.drugrehab.com/
Suicide Prevention and Support https://thesummitwellnessgroup.com/resources/suicide-prevention/
Support for students struggling with food or housing insecurity https://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/homeless-students-guide/ , www.clayton.edu/lakers-care-and-share
The Trevor Line (LGBTQ) https://www.trevorproject.org/
Treatment for Alcoholism https://www.alcoholhelp.com/Treatment/
ULifeline: Your online resource for college mental health http://www.ulifeline.org/
Veteran Resources https://www.clayton.edu/counseling/veterans-resources
Virtual Relaxation Room- Visit here for an interactive stress management experience https://www.clayton.edu/counseling/virtual-relaxation-room/
Mental Health Apps
Before you view our list of mental health apps, there are a few things we would like you to consider:
- CAPS is not affiliated with the app products or companies clinically or financially.
- Like all information you find online, the content and quality of these apps may change over time. It is the responsibility of the user to use individual judgement and to consult with their counselor to ensure that apps are appropriate for your treatment. The American Psychological Association provides a review of the latest apps here: https://www.apaservices.org/practice/business/technology/tech-column/apps-tools-psychologists
- Mental health apps are intended to be used as a supplement to ongoing treatment by a qualified professional. They are not a replacement for qualified mental health treatment.
- When you download or use mental health apps, there is a chance that you will transmit sensitive personal healthcare information to the company that owns the apps. CAPS is not affiliated with such services and cannot guarantee the confidentiality of such information.
- There may be financial costs associated with these apps via their direct purchase or in-app purchases. Such costs must be paid for on a person-by person basis and are not covered by your student fees.
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How to Cope with Anxiety https://youtu.be/WWloIAQpMcQ
How to Manage Your Mental Health https://youtu.be/rkZl2gsLUp4
How Drawing Can Set You Free https://www.ted.com/talks/shantell_martin_how_drawing_can_set_you_free?
How to Stay Calm Under Pressure https://www.ted.com/talks/noa_kageyama_and_pen_pen_chen_how_to_stay_calm_under_pressure?
Why We Get Mad- And Why it's Healthy https://www.ted.com/talks/ryan_martin_why_we_get_mad_and_why_it_s_healthy?
Therapy for Black Girls https://therapyforblackgirls.com/podcast/
Self-Help and Education
Relaxation Techniques for Stress Relief
Seven Habits of Successful College Students