The counseling center is interested in maintaining a website that is useful to our campus community. This site and related resources are not intended to substitute for help from a qualified counselor, nor does this website provide online counseling. Included are direct links to other sites that may contain helpful information and resources. However, this does not imply that the Counseling Center endorses all of the information provided at each of these sites. Please note that we attempt to monitor and update our listings, however, the Counseling Center cannot guarantee the accuracy of all information contained in these links.

Adjustment >>

Anxiety >>

Career Development >>

Culture & Diversity >>

Depression >>

  • Seasonal Affect Disorder
  • Winter Blues
  • Light Therapy: maybe we want this to link to a page that has a picture of the light therapy boxes with the following information on that page?--The Counseling Center offers trial use of a light therapy lamp for treating Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and related mood conditions. Daily, 30-minute sessions for a 2-week period are typically recommended for an adequate trial. No screening is necessary, but prior to the first session you will be asked to read instructions outlining how to use the lamp safely and effectively. If interested in scheduling, call 232-2468, or come into the Counseling Center in 410 Bowman Hall
  • National Institute of Mental Health Depression Brochure
  • Depression and College Students
  • Happify

Eating >>

Tragedy, Trauma, and Death >>


Mental Health >>

  • ULifeline
    confidential, online resource center for college student mental health and emotional well-being. Includes fact sheets, student polls, personal stories, and internet links to additional information
  • Half of Us
    a project between ULifeline and mtvU that includes videos of your favorite artists and other students sharing how they've coped with mental health issues
  • Virtual Pamphlet Collection
    informational pamphlets on topics relevant to students (e.g., relationships, test-taking, study skills, eating issues, depression, anxiety, abuse, etc.), from college and university counseling centers around the country. Indexed by topic area
  • National Institute of Mental Health
    Information about the signs and symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of the most common mental disorders, including depression, generalized anxiety, PTSD, panic disorder, ADHD, eating disorders, social phobia, and more
  • Psych Central
    Links to professionally reviewed internet resources, articles, books, and support groups for a variety of developmental and mental health issues, including relationships, self-esteem, abuse, anxiety, grief & loss, depression, etc. Indexed by topic area
  • American Psychological Association Help Center
    APA's online resource for brochures, tips and articles on the psychological issues that affect your physical and emotional well-being
  • Mental Health America
    Information covering mental health topics from the oldest and largest nonprofit mental health organization
  • Rx List, The Internet Drug Index
    Comprehensive online information about prescription medications
  • Go Ask Alice
    Maintained by Columbia University Health Education Program, "Alice!" contains hundreds of responses to questions posted anonymously by college students about relationships, emotional health, sexuality, alcohol and other drugs, fitness, nutrition, and general health

Online Screening Tools >>

*Note: If the results of an online screening suggest further assessment by a professional, please consider scheduling an appointment with one of our counselors for this purpose.

Post-traumatic Stress >>

Relationships >>

Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence >>

Sleep >>

Stress Management >>

Veteran Students >>

Contact Information

410 Bowman Hall
Phone: 715/232-2468
Fax: 715/232-2111

We are unable to schedule appointments via e-mail.

Please call or stop by our office to schedule.

Office Hours
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Schedule an Appointment
Call 715/232-2468 or
Go to 410 Bowman Hall


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