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CMHC Online Resources

Below you will find information, resources, and links generated by CMHC as well as external organizations. Use these resources to learn about mental health issues, reduce your stress, assess your symptoms, and much, much more.

Stress Recess Website
This one-of-a-kind website created by CMHC has interactive games and quizzes which enable you to learn about stress and coping. You might even learn something about yourself...

Relaxation Audio Files
These audio files, created by a psychologist at CMHC, teach abdominal breathing, guided imagery, and muscle relaxation. You can't help but be more relaxed after spending just a short time with these links.

Common Student Concerns
Read about some of the more common and important concerns that college students face. Find tips, information, and advice on how to deal with these concerns.

El Centro de Consejería y Salud Mental (PDF)
CMHC's general brochure is available in Spanish.


External Resources

What a Difference a Friend Makes Videos
Supporting a friend with a mental health concern can be one of the most important parts of their success in dealing with it. Check out these videos that discuss the importance that a friend makes in dealing with mental health issues.

ULifeline Network Suicide Prevention
Learn more about protecting your emotional health and what to do if you or a friend are struggling with mental health issues or suicide.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Go Ask Alice
This Q&A site from Columbia University covers just about every topic imaginable related to health and mental health issues. If you need an answer, all you have to do is Ask Alice...
CMHC MindBody Lab

MindBody Lab

Learn meditation, guided imagery, muscle relaxation, and more
Visit the MindBody Lab


Talk to someone now

CMHC Crisis Line
(512) 471-2255

Talk to a trained counselor 24/7/365
Learn more


stressrecess

Interactive Stress Management Site

Take a tour of our new stress management site!
Visit StressRecess


Common Student Concerns

Stress
Healthy Relationships
Depression
Insomnia
Grief and Loss
Suicide
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