Counseling Center

Counseling Center

Self Help Resources

Note: These sites are not maintained by the Counseling Center or Canisius College. These pages may be helpful but are not meant to replace consultation or counseling with a mental health professional.

Virtual Pamphlet Collection – link to other colleges’ websites to learn more about issues affecting college students

Alcohol & Substance Abuse   Impulse Control
Anger Medication
Anxiety Relationships
Assertiveness Sexual Assault
Attention-Deficit Disorder Sexual Harassment
Counseling Sexual Orientation
Cults Sleep
Cultural Issues Stress
Depression Study Skills
Disabilities Test-Taking
Dissociation Time Management
Eating Disorders Traumatic Events
Family & Childhood Issues Wellness
General Writing
Grief For Concerned Others


Additional Online Resources

QPR for Suicide Prevention
A community, gatekeeper training program for suicide prevention

Online Screening Program
Take free online screenings for the following:
(use keyword Canisius)

      • Depression
      • Bipolar Disorder
      • Alcohol Abuse
      • Eating Disorders
      • Anxiety
      • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Healthy Minds. Healthy Lives.
Let's Talk Fact’s brochures can be downloaded on topics such as:

      • anxiety disorders
      • depression
      • eating disorders
      • post traumatic stress disorder
      • phobias

Ulifeline 
A college mental health web site launched by the Jed Foundation

Half of Us
Campaign launched by mtvU and the Jed Foundation to raise    awareness about  the prevalence of mental health issues on campus and connect students to the appropriate resources to get help

Campus Calm
Campus Calm helps students become resilient to combat high school & college student stress

Something Fishy
Contains information and resources pertaining to eating disorders.

Free Downloadable Resources for Relaxation

Community Referrals
Listings of local community resources