Helpful Videos

Distress  Tolerance Videos

Video: Distress Tolerance Skills - Stop
Video: Distress Tolerance Skills - Accepts



Managing Emotions Videos

Video: Self-Care - Containing Worry
Video: Self-Compassion Exercises
Video: Emotional Storm Survival Kit
Video: We're Only Human

Mindfullness Videos

Video: Mindfulness Meditation
Video: Mindfulness Based Techniques for Anxiety
Mindfulness Video Screen Grab



Grief & Loss Videos

Video: 5 Stages of Grief
Video: Coping with Grief, Self-Care


Video: Coping with Grief - Building Your Support Network


Coping With Grief Self Care Part 2


Relationships with Others






Election Resources

Post Election Mindfullness-Based Self Care

Resources for Black Individuals and Communities


Anti-Racism Resources


Grief & Loss Handouts


**Resources for coping with COVID-19**



Helpful Workbooks & Self-Help Tools:
    • This is a set of practical steps for responding effectively to the Corona crisis, using the principles of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).
  • Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook
    • Download this free workbook to guide you through step by step exercises to help you cope.
  • Pandemic Project
    •  Provides you with an expressive writing tool that may have terrific preventative and healing potential for each of us concerned about this unparalleled event that threatens our physical and emotional health.
  • Managing Coronavirus Anxiety: 10 Practical Suggestions
    • Clinical psychologist Nick Wigwall suggests tips for managing anxiety about the coronavirus
  • Mind Matters
    • Written by students for students - Navigating mental health concerns during COVID-19
Webpages with Resources Related to COVID-19:
General Mental Health Webpages:
  • The Mighty Blogs
    • A safe, supportive community for people facing health challenges and the people who care for them
  • TWLOHA Blog
    • Read inspiring posts like "Fear Won't Win" and "Hope Will Not be Cancelled"
  • Actively Moving Forward (AMF)
    • National network created in response to the needs of grieving young adults, ages 18-25.

Faculty Research (more coming soon!)




Meditation, Relaxation, and Mindfulness

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