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interesting websites

Brené Brown, Ph.D., LMSW is a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work. She has spent the past ten years studying vulnerability, courage, authenticity, and shame. Brené spent the first five years of her decade-long study focusing on shame and empathy, and is now using that work to explore a concept that she calls Wholeheartedness.
Roommate problems?
Half of Us

Half of Us -

Through online, on-air and live events, mtvU and The Jed Foundation raise awareness about the prevalence of mental health issues on campus and connect students to the appropriate resources to get help.

ULifeline Learn more about protecting your emotional health and what to do if you or a friend are struggling with mental health issues.
Freedom from Fear Anxious? Depressed?  take this screening to find out more.
This will connect you to the ever popular.  Go Ask Alice website.  (Great website by Columbia University's Health Education Program!)
View the Virtual Pamphlet Collection (generously organized by the University at Buffalo Counseling Center) and shared by numerous counseling centers across the country.
http://www.drinkerscheckup.com
Check out this website if you are concerned about your own, a friend or a family member's alcohol consumption.
This is not your typical website on alcohol.  This is geared specifically for college students (and those who care about them and about whom they care) targeting different areas.  It has interactive areas as well as e cards to send to someone about whom you are concerned.
This will connect you to a neat website on personal
growth issues.
Do you relate to more people over the internet than in person?  Check out this website on internet addiction.
Visit this link to help you or a friend who engages in self-injury, i.e, cutting, burning, hair pulling, etc.

 

*Disclaimer

Links to other web sites are for your information only. Lyon College Counseling does not specifically endorse any service or information provided on the internet.  Self-help resources are best used as an adjunct to therapy. Lyon College Counseling does not recommend self-treatment as the primary method of treatment.