You're not alone; we're here to help.
College students may encounter obstacles that interfere with their academics and relationships. Mayville State University offers free and confidential counseling services to our students. Counseling services are provided in such areas as:
• Personal development and mental health.
• Coping with conflict.
• Improving self-understanding and interpersonal relationships.
• Time management.
• Developing realistic career plans.
If you are concerned about yourself or someone you care about, contact Mayville State University Counseling Services. Appointments can be made by stopping by the Career and Counseling Services office in CB 115, by calling 701-788-4772, or through e-mail at email@example.com. Referrals to professional counseling services off campus are also available as needed.
American Psychological Association
Anger Self Test
Resources for Dealing with Anxiety, Stress and Traumatic Events
Information from the National Institutes of Health
Web MD Depression Information
A detailed booklet that describes Depression symptoms, causes and treatments with information on getting help and coping.
Information from the Mayo Clinic
Resources for Dealing with Eating Disorders
National Eating Disorders Association Web site
A detailed booklet that describes the different types of eating disorders, symptoms and treatments.
Resources for Family & Childhood Issues
Adult Children of Alcoholics
University of Alabama Resource Links
Coping with Grief and Loss
National Mental Health Association Link
Hospice of the Red River Valley
Money Management Resources
National Endowment for Financial Education
Resources for Relationships
Sexual Assault & Harassment Resources
Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network
National Center for Victim of Crime
Sleep Improvement Resources
Guide to Managing Sleep Problems and Disorders
Web MD Information on Sleep Disorders
National Sleep Foundation
Study Skills, Test Taking and Time Management
Penn State University Learning Resources Link
Suicide Prevention and Awareness Resources
Suicide Prevention, Awareness and Support
Mental Health America Fact Sheet
National Institute of Health