The following links are provided for your information only. We do not specifically endorse any service or information provided on the Internet. Self-help resources can be great to accompany work you are doing in counseling or in a support group. We do not necessarily recommend self-treatment as a sole course of treatment. If you are interested in meeting with a counselor at Cornell, please contact the center at 319-895-4292.
- PsychWeb has links to many self-help/informational resources on most any topic related to mental wellness, as well as scholarly resources, information about careers in psychology, and other resources for psychology majors.
- Psychology Help Center is from the American Psychological Association and offers mental health articles and information, "Find a Psychologist" referral help, and other information related to physical and emotional well-being.
- Psych Central is Dr. John Grohol's site where he features articles on mental health and hundreds of links!
- The Unabridged Student Counseling Virtual Pamphlet Collection has on-line pamphlets from other counseling centers on a wide variety of topics.
- The National Institute of Mental Health has some great information.
- Revolution Online College Mental Health Fair Visit the fair and find links to information from several mental health related organizations. And, for each 'booth' you visit, Revolution Health will donate 25 cents to the organization!
More Online Resources:
- Alcohol and/or other Substance Abuse Issues
- Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
- Anger and Conflict Resolution
- Anxiety and National or World Events - info. and links to additional tips for coping with uncertain times
- The APA has an article titled "Managing your distress in the aftermath of a mass shooting", as well as articles on coping after other natural disasters, such as hurricane Katrina, tornadoes, and earthquakes, including coping from afar.
- The American Psychological Association (APA) has many resources and information on a variety of topics including discrimination, its relation to stress and health, and tips for how to cope.
The presidential election has been stressful for many Americans. Check out the preview of the APA's "Stress in America" survey with some tips for coping with election stress.
- The College Student Virtual Pamphlet Collection -- everything from A to Z!
- Conflict Resolution
- Depression and Mood Disorders
- Domestic Violence
- Body Image and Disordered Eating
- Eating Disorders
- Cornell students can take advantage of CashCourse to boost your financial literacy
- Taking charge of your finances for college students
- Gender and Sexuality
- Grief, Loss, Death Issues
- Homeless and Low Income Students
- Panic and Anxiety Disorders
- Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
- Sexual Assault Issues
- Spring Break Ideas
- Stalking-the Stalking Resource Center offers information and assistance
- Stress Management
- On-line relaxation techniques to listen to now or download to your computer, courtesy of the Hobart and William Smith Colleges Counseling Center.
- Study Skills
- Suicide -The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255) A source of information about many mental health topics, as well as polls, resources, how to help a friend, and a "Self e-Valuator" on-line mental health assessment.