Helpful Weblinks and Referrals
This selection of links is not intended as a substitute for contact with a mental health professional. It is provided as a means to obtain additional information on topics typically discussed in counseling.
- National Institute of Mental Health
- American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
- American Association for Suicidology
- The Jed Foundation (JED)
- APA Information Site on Panic Disorder
- Anxiety Disorders Association of America
- NIMH Information Site on Anxiety Disorders
- NIMH Information Site on Depression
- National Alliance on Mental Illness
- Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
RAPE, SEXUAL ASSAULT, AND ABUSE RESOURCES AND INFORMATION
- Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network – The nation’s largest anti-sexual assault organization. Good overview with links to many helpful resources
BODY IMAGE AND EATING DISORDERS
- National Eating Disorders Association (www.nationaleatingdisorders.org)
- National Eating Disorder Information Centre (www.nedic.ca/)
SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND GENDER IDENTITY
- National Gay & Lesbian Task Force
- Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays
- plannedparenthood.org/learn/sexual-orientation-gender – Information about sexual orientation and gender identity
- aglp.org – Association of LGBTQ psychiatrists
- hrc.org – Human Rights Campaign
- hmi.org – Resources for people ages 18-24 yrs old
- gapsn.org – Gay Asian Pacific Support Network
BLACK MENTAL HEALTH
ASIAN AND ASIAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY RESOURCES
- NY Coalition for Asian American Mental Health – www.asianmentalhealth.org/aabhsd.asp
LATINX MENTAL HEALTH
ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG INFORMATION
Please visit our Alcohol & Drugs page:
GENERAL HEALTH INFORMATION
- National Institutes of Health
- Center for Science in the Public Interest
- CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH RESOURCES
- Campus Blues
- American Psychological Association Self-Help Information – Information to help you understand your own and others’ behavior, along with a guide for help-seeking
- Internet Mental Health – A massive, free mental health information service from Canada. Includes much good information on mental health issues in a societal context
- www.transitionyear.org – dedicated to helping students and parents with the challenges of college freshman year
- www.samhsa.gov – Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration website that provides links to treatment, helplines and general information about substance use and mental health issues
elpful Smartphone Apps
Meditation, breathing exercises and sleep health.
Calm worry by becoming more mindful and compassionate. Check in daily to track your progress and feel the calm.
Learn about anxiety and panic attacks and how to get through them.
Fall asleep or just relax to soothing melodies that you can customize for your zzzz’s.
Contains 20‐, 40‐, and 60‐minute yoga routines.
Daily affirmations to build self‐esteem, change negative thought patterns, and empower you to achieve your dreams.
Reminders of thankfulness and a place for you to journal your gratitude.