Self-help/Articles

For more information about mental health, please consider visiting the following websites by clicking on the following links.  If you would like to discuss these resources or would like further information, please contact the Michael L. Fischler Counseling Center to speak with one of our licensed counselors.

  • Healthy PSU:  Provides information and resources about stress management for PSU students.
  • Student Guide to Surviving Stress and Anxiety in College & Beyond: This resource from “Learn Psychology” provides information regarding stress and stress management.
  • Talking With Your College-Bound Young Adult About Alcohol: This resource from SAMHSA provides parents with information they need to talk with their college-bound young adults about alcohol use consequences. Includes a companion video about the academic and health consequences of underage drinking by new college freshmen.
  • HelpGuide.org: HelpGuide’s mission is to provide research driven, unbiased tools and information to strengthen mental and emotional health for anyone, anywhere, any time, regardless of their ability to pay.
  • Go Ask Alice!: Go Ask Alice! is the health question and answer Internet service produced by Alice!, Columbia University’s Health Promotion Program. The site consists of a variety of health information on many subjects, questions and answers for the week, as well as an opportunity to ask your own questions.
  • NAMI: The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
  • Suicide Prevention- The Jed Foundation: The Jed Foundation is committed to reducing the young adult suicide rate by furthering understanding of the underlying causes of suicide, by increasing awareness of the issue of college student mental health and suicide, and by creating effective prevention programs on college campuses.
  • Mindful Eating Article: An article from “Am I Hungry” regarding mindful eating and eating 101.
  • NHHEAOD Committee: The New Hampshire Higher Education Alcohol and Other Drug (NHHEAOD) committee brings together representatives from public and private colleges and universities who are committed to addressing alcohol and other drug issues. The committee is a collective voice for college AOD issues at a statewide level and promotes knowledge and advancements in the AOD field through joint programs and initiatives.