Students: As you dive into the new semester, different challenges can present themselves and impact your overall wellbeing. Take a moment and do a "Whale" (well) check and evaluate your own wellness. Check out the variety of resources we have available to you.
Need to Talk?
The Center for Student Wellness and Counseling Services provides free and confidential direct individual counseling and psychiatric services for a variety of concerns including, stress, burnout, time management, relationship problems, anxiety, depression and other matters related to a student’s overall mental well-being. We are committed to helping you connect to a variety of support options that will meet your particular needs.
We are located in Suite A-200 next to the library.
330.325.6757 | email@example.com for an appointment.
Short on time? Want to sharpen your skills?
Master Skills workshops are brief, targeted video sessions focused on building your personal and professional skills in the areas of: Mindset, Outlook, Connection, and Self-care. Upcoming Topics for this semester:
- Healthy Relationship Dynamics (V-Week)
- Cognitive Distortions*
- Effective Communication*
- Radical Acceptance*
*Check out Presence for details on upcoming event
Therapy Assistance Online or TAO for short is an online suite of tools meant to assess your current state of being, teach life skills, build resilience, and encourage positive growth. TAO’s evidence-based educational modules are comprised of brief videos, interactive games, and mindfulness exercises meant to help you recognize and confront negative thoughts and behaviors. With just 15 minutes a day on your phone, tablet, or computer you will be on your way towards achieving optimum wellness in your life.
Want to Chill?
The Meditation Room located in L-238 (behind the library quiet area) is designed to promote wellness and offers a number of options to assist in reducing stress and restoring balance. The room features a light therapy box, relaxation CDs, a Shiatsu heated massage chair and more. No reservation is required; simply use your student ID to access the room.
Want more information and Resources on Student Wellness?
The CSWCS remains dedicated to providing you ways to manage your mental health and wellbeing. Visit our Center for Student Wellness and Counseling Services website to explore our many resources available such as but not limited to:
- Self-Help Toolkit
- Community Crisis Resource Card
- Hotlines and Local Resources
- Referral Lists
- How to Help a Student
Need Additional Local and National Resources?
- (Local) Coleman Professional Services: 330.296.3555
- National Suicide Hotline: 800.273.8255
- Crisis Text Line: 741-741
-Submitted by The Center for Student Wellness and Counseling Services