Sport Psychology Links

University of Minnesota Mental Health Information

The University of Minnesota offers additional information/resources for campus mental health concerns including online self-assessment for depression, generalized anxiety, post-traumatic stress, eating disorders, and alcohol.   Go to: www.mentalhealth.umn.edu

TransitionYear.org gives you access to interactive tools, checklists, forums and a personal library of the articles you might find helpful when dealing with many things for the first time in college - from new academic pressures to new living arrangements to new social experiences. With everything that's going on, it's easy to forget to take care of yourself. This section helps you manage stress, stay emotionally healthy and look out for yourself and your friends.

Go to: www.transitionyear.org/student/articles.php?step=3

 

The NCAA Handbook for Managing Mental Health Issues

http://www.princeton.edu/uhs/pdfs/NCAA%20Managing%20Student-Athletes%20Mental%20Health%20Issues.pdf

This manual is a great, user-friendly resource that covers general mental health issues among collegiate student-athletes and provides a list of common signs & symptoms, strategies to help a student-athlete in need and ways you can help.

 

Campus Resources
Boynton Health Services

   (612) 624-1444

   410 Church St.
   Boynton Mental Health Clinic offers up to eleven counseling visits per 12-month period.  Call to make an appointment or use their ‘walk-in’ option.  Psychiatry services are provided as well.


 University Counseling & Consulting Services

    (612) 624-3323

    340 Appleby Hall

UCCS offers both individual and group counseling for a range of concerns including academic difficulties, career exploration, and personal issues. Office hours are 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

Crisis/Urgent Consultation is available on campus at Boynton or UCCS Monday-Friday, 8:00-4:30. You do not need to have an appointment to speak with a counselor for an urgent need. If you are in a life-threatening emergency, call 911. Or you may call the Crisis Connection at (612) 379-6363 OR Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 if you feel unsafe.

 

Aurora Center

  Help line: 612-626-9111 Business: 612-626-2929

  Immediate help with sexual assault

  407 Boynton Health Services  

  www.umn.edu/aurora

 

Stress Management

  http://www.csh.umn.edu/modpub

 

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