Updates: Please refer to IU Northwest Campus Updates for answers to the most frequently asked questions about how we are preparing for the fall 2021 semester. We are happy to see you! Welcome to new students and welcome back to returning students!
The Office of Counseling Services provides students access to a wide range of treatment modalities and referrals to outside resources as needed.
Many students face normal developmental concerns as well as personal and academic pressures during their college experience and find that it is helpful to discuss these issues in a supportive, professional and confidential environment.
Often, personal problems such as anxiety, depression, and lack of coping skills (to name a few) may present and hinder academic growth and success. Students who recognize these problems may use the Office of Counseling Services to learn and/or enhance skills to deal more effectively with problems that may be interfering with academic success and personal well being.
World Mental Health Day is October 10th!
Below you will find some information and resources!
- Basics https://www.who.int/campaigns/world-mental-health-day/2021
- Key Messages https://www.who.int/key-messages
- Fact sheets to attach https://www.who.int/campaigns/world-mental-health-day/2021/campaign-materials
- ULifeline Self-Evaluator https://screener.ulifeline.org/?_ga=2.176500774.2036943150.1633638595-1390378879.1633638595
- Mental health is health https://www.mentalhealthishealth.us/
- Mental health 101 https://www.mentalhealthishealth.us/mental-health-101/
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The Office of Counseling Services
Hawthorn Hall, Rm 201
Gary, IN 46408