• Psychological Services, Academic Assistance, Enhancement of well-being

 Resources

COVID-19 Crisis Resources Fitness & Recreation
Well Being Regional Campuses UCC Resources

 


COVID-19Coping during COVID-19: 

Frequently Asked Questions (PDF):  (updated 04/16/2020) "CoM Student FAQ's- Answered by your psychologists, Drs. Porter, and Taylor.

"During this time of rapid and considerable transitions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we understand and acknowledge the many changes and fast-paced adjustment that have occurred to your academic plans, study techniques, sleep schedule, socialization, and mental health – just to name a few.  We have developed this FAQ of common concerns we are currently hearing in our appointments with you all (Med, Bridge, PA, and BMS PhD students) and provided responses to these common issues.  We will be continually updating this document, so please check back frequently.  If you have a concern or question that you would like addressed in this FAQ, please email us at psychappt@med.fsu.edu."

Crisis ResourcesIn Crisis? Need help right now?

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 
Are you having thoughts of suicide or self-harm? Worried about a friend?

Help and Support is available 24 hours a day: 
https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
Live Chat
Talk to someone via phone:
1-800-273-8255
Help Yourself
Help Someone Else

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, the National Domestic Violence Hotline provides essential tools and support to help survivors of domestic violence so they can live their lives free of abuse.

The Trevor Project: is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning youth.

Veteran Wellness Alliance: for service members and veterans impacted by the invisible wounds of war (traumatic brain injury, post traumatic stress, etc.), accessing care for those injuries can be challenging.

Fitness & RecreationExercise & Fitness

Well BeingWell-Being

AAMC Medical Student Well-Being: "Student service providers, faculty, staff, and current medical students share personal stories of resilience, resources for maintaining well-being, and programs, practices, and strategies they have found to be effective in building student well-being."

List of recreational activities at FSU and locally in Tallahassee: Recreational Things To Do List (PDF doc)

FREE Wellness, Creativity, and Advocacy Resources by Diane R. Wiener

Relaxation and Mindfulness

  • Calm: app for relaxation and sleep (COVID-19 Free resources)
  • Headspace: app for meditation and mindfulness (Limited-time free membership for AMA Members during COVID-19)
  • Insight Timer: app with large variety of free, guided relaxation exercises
  • Relaxation recordings (and more!), provided through KU Medical Center Counseling and Educational Support Services - see the self-help resources page
  • Relaxation recordings, provided through Brigham Young University –  deep breathing, meditation, progressive muscle relaxation, imagery and visualization
  • Progressive Muscle Relaxation: scripts and audio

Regional CampusesRegional Campus Resources

List of local therapy providers at each regional campus (Excel doc)

Note: If you have the University sponsored health insurance (UHCSR), please utilize the UHCSR 'Find Providers' tab to search for (Behavioral) mental health providers  covered under UHCSR near you: https://www.uhcsr.com/school-page

 

UCC ResourcesFSU University Counseling Center (UCC) Resources:

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