Resources for Your Specific Need
Our team knows that having resources outside of counseling is helpful day-to-day. Check out the following information, including apps compatible with iPhone or Android.
- Substance Abuse
- ReThinking Drinking (National Institute of Health) Includes assessment, cocktail content, alcohol calorie calculator
- College Drinking: Changing the Culture Facts about overdose/alcohol poisoning, alcohol myths and interactive body to show impact of alcohol on various organs
- Foundation for a Drug-Free World: Information on drugs, including commonly abused prescriptions and synthetics
Apps: SoberTool, I am Sober ($1.99), Nomo – sobriety clocks
- HelpGuide – Stress Management
- MindTools: All of us get stressed from time to time. This page teaches 62 skills that help you change your environment to reduce stress, relax when you’re under pressure, and cope when there’s nothing you can do about the situation. We then look at a range of things you can do to feel happy and self-confident. Enjoy learning these skills and having a happier life!
Apps: Happify, MindShift, Pacifica
- Panic Attacks
- Panic Disorder and College: How to Cope with Panic Attacks while in College
- Uncommon Help: 7 steps to stop a panic attack
- The Key to Overcoming Panic Attacks
Panic Attack specific apps: Instant Heart Rate + ($2.99), Fast Calm, Calm Keeper ($4.99)
- Dealing with Depression: Self-Help and Coping Tips to Overcome Depression
- College depression: What parents need to know
Depression specific apps: Happify, What’s Up?, I Am – Daily Positive reminders
- Eating/Body Image
ED specific apps: Rise Up +Recover, Recovery Record
- Actively Moving Forward: A network of college students supporting college students grieving the illness or death of a loved one.
- Hello Grief: A Place to share and learn about grief and loss
- Helpguide: Moving on after a relationship ends
- Dealing with a Breakup in College
Grief/Loss Specific Apps: end – Breakup Trainer, Help for the Grieving (Android only)
Because of limited resources, clients with problems requiring long-term counseling may need to be referred to an off-campus professional. Also, if a CSU counselor determines that a client’s needs exceed his or her ability to provide adequate services, we have an ethical responsibility to refer the student to another counselor. While CSU does not endorse or recommend any one particular counselor, we do maintain a list of local counselors who are qualified to meet your needs. However, the cost of off-campus counseling is strictly the responsibility of the student.
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