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Finding Your Zone: Mental Health Resources : Drexel Resources & Services

This guide aims to help you find your own brand of relaxation and mindfulness. It also includes links to trusted authorities that provide information about mental health and mental health initiatives. Compiled for students, faculty, and staff.

⚠️THIS GUIDE IS A WORK IN PROGRESS⚠️ Check back often.

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FREE Online Mental Health Screening

The Counseling Center participates in the Screening for Mental Health program, a national initiative for students who may have questions about whether their concerns warrant additional professional help. This screening is anonymous━and quick! Just visit mentalhealthscreening.org/screening/DREXEL to get started.

 

 

COVID-19 Graduate Student Support

Join Zoom Room Office Hours, featuring the Graduate College staff and a variety of guest speakers and topics. There will be casual conversations and check-ins throughout the term. Talk with your peers and professionals about how your term is going, get answers to FAQs, and more. Click the link for access and the events schedule. 

 

 

 

 

WE'RE STILL HERE FOR YOU.  

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Although campus is closed, you can still speak to a Counseling Center staff member. CLICK HERE for the latest news on how to get in touch, and which services are being offered remotely.

NOTE: Information on this page is adapted from the Drexel Counseling Center website.

Peer-to-Peer Student Help: 7 CUPS of TEA

7 Cups: You Can Talk It Out

[!] The usual Peer Counseling Helpline will be closed for Spring Quarter 2020. 

So, please take advantage of this FREE service! Listeners are trained to talk to you about any and all non-crisis problems. Have a comforting chat or lend an ear to someone else.  

CLICK HERE for more information, and to get access to our 7 Cups page! 

Virtual Civic Engagement

Join the Lindy Center team every Friday from 11:00am-12:30pm for Coffee and Community. Come with your own coffee for discussions covering civic engagement, community support, and more. 

CLICK HERE to join the Zoom session.

More Ways to Get Emotional Support

Non-Drexel services recommended by the Drexel Counseling Center:

Topic Guides

Access guides from the Counseling Center about many challenging issues:

Student Resources:
Multiple topics are addressed on this part of the website. Please explore (don't forget to look at the drop-down menus on the left-hand side). These guides may be of special interest to you:

Faculty & Staff Resources: General advice about helping students in the classroom

Parent Resources: Resources for helping your students at home