Mental Health Resources
We are all challenged these days to stay focused and be hopeful. We can meet these challenges by taking steps to create positive mental health.
Here are a variety of resources you can use to support your mental health.
If you know someone who is struggling, here’s a step-by-step guide about how to help.
Build Your Resilience
Resilience is the ability to successfully adapt to stressors and adversity. It’s the ability to “bounce back” and grow from difficult experiences.
Everyone faces challenges to well-being and thriving throughout their lives, and college can be a particularly stressful time.
Explore the Resilience Toolkit and build your resilience skills.
Find Local Counseling
WSU Counseling Services does provide one-on-one counseling sessions, but we are not able to provide services long-term.
There are many counselors in the Winona area who can help support your mental health needs. Please note this list is not exhaustive.
Explore Online Self-Help Resources
There are many helpful online resources available. We’ve pulled out just a few:
- College Mental Health Topics
- JED Foundation: General Mental Health Resources
- WSU Wellness Blog
- Active Minds
- Half of Us
- American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
- National Alliance on Mental Health
Keep in mind that many of these sites are not maintained by WSU Counseling Services, and we cannot guarantee the accuracy of all information.
This information is intended to educate and does not replace a need for personal counseling.
Access COVID-19 Resources
For many students, the COVID-19 pandemic is an additional source of stress on top the usual college concerns.
Here are some resources to help you manage your mental health in response to the challenges from COVID-19: