Explore these resources which provide free information and help about issues related to psychology
- National Institute of Mental Health- Mental disorder summaries and treatment information
- Behavior Online - General support and psychology resources
- Virtual Pamphlet Collection- Links to self-help summaries on several topics of interest to college students, including relationships, mental health issues, stress, study skills and many more
- Rx List, The Internet Drug Index- Comprehensive online information about prescription medications
- At Health, Inc. - Mental health topics and treatment information
- PsychCentral - One stop index for psychology, support and mental health issues, resources and people on the Internet
- National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders - A non-profit organization that helps eating disorder victims and their families
- Eating Disorders Awareness and Prevention - A non-profit organization devoted to the awareness and prevention of eating disorders
- Psychological Tests - A collection of online tests measuring various aspects of Relationships (e.g., relationship satisfaction, communication skills), Health (e.g., depression, anxiety, eating disorders, self-esteem), Personality (e.g., introversion/extraversion, perfectionism), Career/Job (e.g., leadership, procrastination), Intelligence, and Other areas (e.g., coping skills). These generally seem to be of good quality, but if you have questions or are concerned about results you receive, please < consult with someone at the Counseling Center.
- Depression-Screening.org - Sponsored by the National Mental Health Association, this site provides information on depression and a confidential screening for depressive symptoms, offering < immediate results about risk for depression.
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Alliance - Provides educational resources to individuals diagnosed with PTSD and their loved ones and those at risk for developing PTSD.
- Alcohol and Drug Prevention and Treatment Info - Comprehensive prevention and treatment information on alcohol and drugs, from the Substance Abuse and Mental health Services Administration of the federal government.
- Alcohol Screening.org - This site helps you assess whether your drinking patterns are safe, risky or harmful. It also provides links to learn about alcohol and health issues, and to find resources for additional help.
NOTE: These sites are not maintained by the Counseling Center or Concordia College. These pages may be helpful but are not meant to replace consultation with a mental health professional. Concordia students should contact the Counseling Center for information about local resources.