Counseling Center COVID-19 Mental Health Resources- Upcoming Webinar and more!
Vice President of Student Affairs | April 9, 2020
Email sent to students, staff and faculty
The Counseling Center has developed a Webinar for Texas State Students, Faculty, and Staff.
“Students Adapting to Change: Maintaining Your Mental Health and Fostering Academic Resilience in the Era of COVID-19.”
Friday April 17th at 3:00 PM.
This webinar will provide strategies for psychological coping and wellness, managing various responsibilities, and adjusting to online/distance learning. This information will be helpful for students in fostering academic resilience and success. In addition, this webinar will provide helpful resources for students adapting to academic, social, and environmental changes due to COVID-19. Registration for the live webinar is limited to 500 participants. Hosted by Texas State University’s Counseling Center.
To register visit: https://txstate.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_hIwocZAIT4aIn2wvuxXRMw
A recorded version will be available to all students after the webinar date on the Counseling Center’s COVID-19 resources page.
In addition, the Counseling Center has compiled numerous resources to support the emotional well-being and academic success of all Bobcats during the COVID-19 pandemic. Below are a few highlighted resources.
Counseling Center’s COVID-19 Resources Webpage
The Counseling Center has compiled a comprehensive COVID-19 resources webpage that provides COVID-19 mental-health related information on topics such as telemental health services, coping and support websites, self-help resources, hotlines, recorded webinars, and tips for adapting to online classes. New support resources are added on a regular basis.
Therapy Assistance Online (TAO) Self-Help is a private, interactive, web-based program that teaches techniques to help overcome anxiety, depression, relationship/communication and other common concerns. You will have 24/7 access to highly effective self-help tools presented through short videos, and brief exercises. It also provides logs to track moods and progress as well as access to a Mindfulness Library. Use your Texas State email address to set up TAO Self-Help.
We’re in this together!
Texas State University Counseling Center
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