Self-Help for Mental Health Concerns and Issues
- Anxiety and Stress
- Depression and Bipolar Disorders
- Eating Concerns
- Psychosis and Unusual Experiences
- Relationship Concerns
- Sleep Difficulties
- Managing Holiday Stress
- Protestor Safety/Self Care plus a toolkit handout to take with you
We encourage students to learn more about the common mental health topics listed above. In addition, the following websites provide screening tools and informational resources for a variety of mental health concerns:
ULifeline Self Evaluator
The Self Evaluator was developed for ULifeline by Duke University School of Medicine and screens for the most common mental health conditions that college students face. This screening does not provide a diagnosis; rather, it identifies problems that could be impacting your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. The screening process also provides information about these conditions and how to reach out for help.
Mental Health America
Mental Health America provides a collection of free, confidential, anonymous, and validated screening tools to help you understand and learn more about your mental health. The platform is interactive and dynamic.
Half of Us
Half of Us is an award-winning program from JED & MTV featuring a library of free-for-use videos, including PSAs and celebrities and students talking about their personal experiences with mental health and substance use. This platform can help you feel less alone and empowered to reach out for help.
Set to Go
Set to Go guides students and families through the social, emotional, and mental health challenges related to transitioning from high school to college and adulthood.
Go Ask Alice!
The Go Ask Alice! website is supported by Columbia University health promotion and health care specialists. Their team members have advanced degrees in fields such as public health, health education, medicine, and counseling.
Kognito is an online educational program designed to educate faculty, staff, and students about mental health. Each simulation exercise in Kognito allows the user to practice conversations that help students build resilience, strengthen relationships, and develop connections with campus resources. Through role-play, users build knowledge and skills around mental health and suicide prevention. Kognito is also designed to support academic performance, student retention, and campus safety.