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Disclaimer: Links on this page point to external sites not affiliated in any way with Ensign College.
- Emily Anhalt: Why We Should All Try Therapy
- Johann Hari: This Could Be Why You're Depressed or Anxious
- Olivia Remes: How to Cope with Anxiety
- Sangu Delle: There's No Shame in Taking Care of Your Mental Health
- Brene Brown: The Power of Vulnerability
- Jeremy Forbes: How to Start a Conversation About Suicide
- ULifeline —an anonymous online resource center, where college students can search information they want and need regarding emotional health
- The JED Foundation —a nonprofit that protects emotional health and prevents suicide for our nation’s teens and young adults
- Mental Health Worksheets —various worksheets and modules may be helpful to you. Some are best used as part of a series and some can be used on their own.
- Help Guide —a nonprofit mental health and wellness website that aims to provide empowering and evidence-based information
- The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) —the lead federal agency for research on mental disorders, offering basic information on mental disorders, a range of related topics, and the latest mental health research
- Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance —aims to improve the lives of people living with mood disorders
- American Psychological Association —Provides self-help brochures on mental health and psychological issues
- MARC (Mindful Awareness Research Center) at UCLA —contains information about online mindfulness meditation classes and free guided meditation
- Psychology Today —curation of articles written by therapists, psychiatrists, and other experts about a variety of topics
- https://self-compassion.org/— Dr. Kristen Neff’s website filled with information about how to cultivate self-compassion
We do not screen nor endorse the providers listed here or on the included databases, but this can be a starting point to finding a good community resource for you to consider.
- Psychology Today Database— allows you to search for providers in your area. You can filter your search by issue, type of therapy, insurance company, and more
- 211.org —The United Way service has a comprehensive list of locally curated social services information
- LGBTQ-Affirmative Therapist Guild of Utah —directory of therapists in Utah who describe themselves as affirming of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning issues
- Department of Human Services (Substance Abuse and Mental Health) —click the county you’re in and get a list of the county mental health resources