​​​​​​Active Minds on Campus​
College student focused mental health educational resources and student organization.  ​

When on the American Psychological Association's website, scroll down the page for topics where information is available.

The Centre for Clinical Interventions (CCI) is a specialist state-wide program that is administered through North Metropolitan Health Services in Western Australia. We conduct clinically applied psychosocial research and provide training and supervision for various psychological interventions. We also offer a clinical service for adults suffering from anxiety, mood and eating disorders.

CCI has also developed a number of resources for consumers, mental health practitioners, and doctors, many of which are freely available through this website. This website was created as part of a quality improvement project funded through the Office of Mental Health

Go Ask Alice! is an award-winning health reference website produced and supported by Columbia University.  Go Ask Alice! receives over 1,000 very honest and frank questions each week in the following categories:  alcohol and drugs; emotional health; fitness and nutrition; general health; relationships; and sexual and reproductive health.  Each question is read, and each week a handful of health professionals give five new thoughtful and thorough answers. 

Guide to mental, emotional, and social health. Includes an emotional intelligence toolkit. 

Learn more about mental health, suicide prevention, and seeking help.  The focus is on college students.​

A website designed for fast and direct access to self-help resources.

NAMI is a national mental health organization that provides free education, advocacy, and support.  See also the NAMI Michigan Publication "A Resources Guide for Families Dealing with Mental Illness."
Includes self-help and self-care resources with a cognitive behavior therapy focus. Also has therapist worksheets and information.  Translation available in multiple languages (scroll down to the bottom right side of the Psychology Tools​ home page).

Self-Help and Self-Care Information from Other Universities

Tips for Students with Histories of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Concerns​​
Provides recommendations to help students with past or present mental health or substance abuse concerns prepare for the transition to college.

Transition to College/Transition Year
Your source for emotional health at college.  Good information for college students with and without mental health concerns, parents, and interested others. 








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