Do you need straightforward answers to those hard-to-ask questions about relationships, sex, stress, depression, drugs, and other health concerns? Then check out these resources below.
If you are looking for mental health providers near you, these resources may be helpful.
- Therapists in Erie, PA or click on "change" to select a different location
- Find a Therapist (use search)
Online Mental Health Screening
Do you think you might be depressed? If so, Penn State Behrend students can use this free, online screening tool to find out whether or not professional consultation might be helpful to you.
WellTrack is a resource that is available for interactive, self-help therapy for students. This free, online platform provides you with tools and resources to help you deal with stress, anxiety, and depression. MoodCheck, one of the available tools, will even help you monitor your mood, an important part of your overall well-being.
First-time users of WellTrack need to do the following:
- Visit the Welltrack sign-in page.
- Click on the Sign Up link (located under the Login button) and complete the required fields. Then click the Sign Up button.
- You will receive an email confirming your account creation.
- Now you're ready to login to the site.
ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center for students. You can search this site for information about mental health, suicide prevention, eating disorders, stress, alcohol and drugs, and much more. Simply go to the ULifeLine web site and click the Find Your School button. Then type "Behrend" (without the quotes) into the search box.
Go Ask Alice! is a health question and answer Internet resource provided by Columbia University. This site receives over 1,000 anonymous questions per week on just about every conceivable health topic, including those on alcohol, drugs, sexuality, emotional health, and relationships. It provides reliable, accurate information along with a range of thoughtful perspectives so that you can make responsible decisions concerning your health and well-being. All submitted questions are confidential and anonymous.
Learn to build and foster resilience so that you can adapt to significant events or sources of stress.
Other Self-Help Resources
- Ginger (Free resources for staying grounded)
- From Campus to Home
- The Dark Side of Prescription Drugs
- Depression and Online Mental Health Screening
- Eating Disorders
- Final Exams
- HelpGuide.org (Mental and emotional health topics)
- Long Distance Relationships
- Moderation Management
- Obsessive Gaming
- Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and Winter Blues
- For Seniors Only