Stress and Anxiety
Types of Anxiety Disorders
Understanding Stress and Anxiety
How to Deal with Stress and Anxiety
Rewire the Brain
Cognitive (CBT) Tools for Anxiety
How do you know when you should see a counselor?
- Your distress is intense – some emotional or mental discomfort can be a normal part of life’s ebb and flow, but when it interferes with your ability to function and enjoy life, it may be time to seek help
- Your distress has been going on for a long time – we all have bad days, but distress that lasts for weeks or months is not ordinary
- Your distress is damaging – if your relationships, your academics, or your job is being negatively affected, it may be time to seek help
- Your sleep – is significantly affected (too much or too little)
- Unusual thoughts – especially about harming yourself or others
For more resources, please visit our main Counseling Services page.