Resources

Here you will find information about general resources at Creighton University and web sites about mental health.  For information about specific situations, conditions, or diagnoses, please see our Self-Help page. If you have suggestions for additional resources, please let us know.

Creighton University

Mental Health

For information about specific situations, conditions, or diagnoses, please see our Self-Help page

 

  • NEW!!!  Healthy Body Image Program:  Want to be more aware of health and wellness in your life?  Participate in a research initiative and take this online Healthy Body Image screening to receive personalized feedback!  The survey is quick and smart phone compatible!  thriveon.com/hbi/creighton  Upon completon you will be provided with online/mobile programs and resources. You are also welcome to contact Counseling Services for help! 
  • The Student Counseling Virtual Pamphlet Collection (The University of Chicago)
    --A wonderful collection of information from college counseling centers around the country- information is organized by topic
    http://counseling.uchicago.edu/vpc/virtulets.html
  • MyStudentHealthZone.com
    --Information and articles about general physical and emotional health for college students
    http://www.mystudenthealthzone.com/
  • Campus Blues
    --Lots of information about challenges and issues faced by college students
    http://www.campusblues.com/
  • Psychology in Daily Life (American Psychological Association)
    http://www.apa.org/pubinfo/
  • American Psychological Association's Help Center
    http://helping.apa.org/
  • Mental Help Net
    --Covers a wide variety of mental health issues
    http://mentalhelp.net/
  • Psych Central (John Grohol, Psy.D.)
    --Mental health articles and resources
    http://psychcentral.com/
  • athealth.com
    --Books about mental health topics recommended by therapists
    http://www.athealth.com/Consumer/bookstore
  • Psych Web (Russ Dewey, Ph.D.)
    --Resources in psychology and mental health from Georgia Southern professor, Russ Dewey, Ph.D.
    http://psychwww.com
  • Internet Mental Health
    --Great resource for specific mental disorders
    http://www.mentalhealth.com