Online Self-Help Therapy
Below is a list of websites that include tutorials for breathing/relaxation exercises. Please note that these sites are not maintained by the Counseling Center and include external resources.
These resources are not meant to replace treatment and we encourage you to visit the Counseling Center should you have questions or need support with engaging in these exercises.
Self-Help Book Nook
We have a number of self-help books available for students to enjoy in the Mind Spa. Grab a book and a seat on the meditation cushions or in the massage chair.
|Ackerman, Robert||Children of Alcoholics|
|Bloomfield, H., Colgrove, M., McWilliams, P.||How to Survive the Loss of a Love|
|Bornstein, Kate||A Queer & Pleasant Danger|
|Burns, David D.||Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy|
|Ciarrochi, J., Hayes, L., Bailey, A.||Get Out of Your Mind & Into Your Life for Teens|
|Ellis, Dave||Becoming a Master Student|
|Evans, Patricia||The Verbally Abusive Relationship|
|Forsyth, J. & Eifert, G.||The Mindfulness & Acceptance Workbook for Anxiety|
|Hallowell, E. & Ratey, J.||Answers to Distraction|
|Hallowell, E. & Ratey, J.||Driven to Distraction|
|Hayes, Steven||Get Out of Your Mind & Into Your Life|
|Kabat-Zinn, Jon||Wherever You Go, There You Are|
|Paterson, Randy||The Assertiveness Workbook|
|Taylor, Charles (ed.)||Handbook of Minority Student Services|
|Weeks, Claire||Hope & Help for Your Nerves|
|Zimbardo, P.||Shyness: What It Is; What to Do About It|