Online Resources

Webtribes: Online social networking and support communities for depression, anxiety, OCD, addiction, and HIV/AIDS. Also features helpful information on various therapy topics and therapist blogs.

ULifeline. Click this link to access this an online resource for college mental health and provides information regarding several mental health concerns on their factsheet page.

MITalk (pronounced "My Talk"). Click this link to access this website created for University of Michigan students at all three of the university’s campuses. On this site you will find a number of mental health resources including skill-building tools to help you manage stress and academic life. There is also digitally recorded multimedia resources, including some relaxation exercises that you can play on the website or download to your mp3 player. The site is completely free of charge to U-M Students, but if you want to download any videos, you will need to sign up for a free account.

Student Health 101 Newsletter. Click this link to access the latest issue of this monthly newsletter, which actively promotes campus health and wellness by covering important health issues of college students. UM-Flint students can sign up to receive this newsletter every month free of charge. Look for the next issue in September.

E-Couch. Click this link for free access to a self-help interactive program with modules for depression, generalised anxiety & worry, social anxiety, relationship breakdown, and loss & grief. E-couch provides evidence-based information and teaches strategies drawn from cognitive, behavioural and interpersonal therapies as well as relaxation and physical activity.

REACT Online. An innovative and interactive program about responding positively after a crisis or traumatic event.

Progressive Muscle and Guided Imagery Relaxation.  Take some time to explore the different approaches to relaxation and discover what works with you.