The self-help toolkit provides a variety of support resources and screenings for mental and emotional well-being. Whether one chooses to work individually on their problems or may be waiting for a new counseling appointment or in between counseling sessions, students can access these resources on their own time. All resources provided to students are confidential, anonymous, and free of charge.
TAO Connect(Therapy Assist Online) is a self-help resource for managing problems such as worry, test anxiety, depressed mood, interpersonal problems, pain management, recovery skills, evaluation of alcohol or substance use or other areas of mental and emotional well-being. It contains mental health screenings and self-help video modules and educational materials utilizing evidence based therapeutic practices, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to assist in learning to change unhealthy thought patterns/behaviors. Simply sign up on thepath.taoconnect.org and use your NEOMED student email address to log-in.
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Centre for Clinical Interventions
Centre for Clinical Interventions is an online resource that provides interventions for mental health problems such as depression, bipolar disorder, social anxiety, panic, self-esteem, procrastination, perfectionism, and eating disorders. A variety of self-help worksheets and modules targeted for specific problem areas are provided and available in PDF format that utilizes evidence based therapeutic practices to help address unhealthy thought patterns/behaviors.
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Ulifeline is an online resource center, where students have comfort and privacy when searching for the information they may need regarding emotional health. It contains a well-being screening called a “Self-Evaluator”, and it has information and weblinks related to mental and emotional health and well-being. It even provides local referrals for counseling and mental health support.
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Want to speak to a counselor?
Are you a student who wants to speak with a counselor? We are here to help! You may call the Center for Student Wellness and Counseling Services (CSWCS) at 330.325.6757 or email us at email@example.com. If you are experiencing an urgent mental health concern, please do not hesitate to call us and press option “2” to be immediately connected to mental health support professional.
After Hours Crisis
Coleman Professional Services:
National Crisis Hotline:
Crisis Text Line:
Center for Student Wellness & Counseling
Division of Health Affairs