Generally it can be the simple things we do that help modify and change our mental state. Consider reviewing this quick resource of ways to help keep on top of your mental health!
Sometimes, only professional support can help us through the most trying of times. Review Yale's Mental Health and Counselling page for info on setting up an appointment.
Yale School of Medicine has a center dedicated to understanding stress, and resources on how to reduce daily and acute stress to manage our wellbeing.
Even in a virtual world, countless episodes of sexual harassment and misconduct can occur leaving us feeling insecure and traumatized. The Sexual Harassment and Assault Response & Education (SHARE) center provides support and steps you can take should you experience sexual harassment, in-person, virtual, anywhere.
All of us, in every role, belong to the Yale community. This site allows our community to reflect, celebrate, and take note of the losses we have had in the Yale community due to COVID-19. You can even submit a remembrance too.
It's not just medical intervention and support that can help. Our spiritual wellbeing is central to good mental health also, even if you don't belong to a religious community. Visit our page on the Chaplain's Office, which provides information on how to set up time to speak with a Chaplain.
Yale Health details important information for all students on the Yale Health Plan who may be out of state or away from the New Haven campus.
A Yale University graduate, Shana is a fitness expert, focusing on finding the small ways to get active in our daily lives that can make a big impact to our health.