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The Counseling Center now offers Light Therapy for Seasonal Affective Disorder! Make an appointment to visit the Resource Room and receive light therapy while doing your homework or surfing the net.
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Resource for Mental Wellness booklets are available in the Counseling Center, in Dearing Hall and in the Office of Student Life, Thompson Commons, 2nd Floor.
The Counseling Center offers the following links that might be of interest to those who want information about developmental and mental health issues relevant to college students. A general overview of common mental health issues and concerns are included. The intention is not to diagnose or provide treatment to individual. Hopefully, this information will help answer some questions you may have regarding mental health topics and guide you in the proper direction if you feel you or someone you know requires further assistance.
The University of Chicago's Counseling and Student Resource Center has developed a collection of self-help brochures and handouts that have been developed by college and university counseling centers across the country. These pamphlets cover a vast array of developmental and mental health issues of particular interest to college students.
The American Psychological Association's Public Affairs Department has provided information on Psychology in Daily Life. These resources provide information on mental health and psychological issues that face us all. They are collected into topical groups of health information, family and the mind-body connection.
The American Psychological Association's Help Center includes information on mental health issues affecting work, home, and mind & body.
The National Institute of Mental Health provides online publications of frequently occurring problems. The NIMH is a very reliable source of information.
Therapy Guide: Psychotherapy Treatment Resources describes different types of psychotherapy, good for psychology students.
The following are references to information arranged by topic: