Mental health resources to know about
Did you know USF has many different mental health resources that you can access? Whether you are looking for help online, in person, in a group, or on the spot, we have resources to help you feel well here.
Online Mental Health Tools
Are you interested in accessing mental health information and resources at your own pace? TAO is confidential, convenient, and controlled by you. You can explore a variety of emotional well-being topics at your own pace. Togetherall is an online peer-to-peer platform, offering a safe space to connect with others experiencing similar feelings. Click below to sign up, and access free mental health tools.
Mental Health Education
Want to learn more about mental health and find helpful resources? Not fully aware of the signs and symptoms? USF has blogs, websites, and fliers covering topics like stress, depression, and anxiety along with an abundance of resources to help you, and people you might know, get educated on mental health.
Let's Talk is a drop-in service that offers informal, confidential consultation with a University of South Florida Counseling Center counselor. How is Let's Talk different from counseling? It is a brief consultation (approximately 15 minutes). There is no paperwork to complete. It takes place outside of the University Counseling Center. No appointment is necessary. It is free.
Interested in seeing a counselor, but can't make it to campus regularly? If you live in Florida, and you are able to use your computer from home, you may be a good fit for online Counseling. Meet with a counselor at USF in person, and find out if this would be a good fit for you.
Do you have difficulty managing the stress, anxiety, depression, or interpersonal relationships in your life? This dynamic rotating 3-week seminar is a crash course in teaching reliance skills to make the most out of your time at USF and in counseling.
Drop In Groups
Are you curious about group-style support? USF offers groups that specialize in topics, including groups on Mindfulness Meditation, Emotional Expression through Art, and Soothing the Self. These groups are ideal for students who want to drop-in when they have time!