Self Help Toolkit

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Sometimes life can be overwhelming, and we might experience things we are not prepared for. It is normal to have a wide variety of reactions to these situations, including feeling anxious, sad, and angry. It can be helpful to have information and tools to be able to navigate these challenges.

Below are resources that have been carefully curated by the counseling staff. There is a combination of different types of resources, so you can find what will be the most helpful for you. Continue to check in on this page as we will continue to add to the toolkit.

These resources are for informational purposes only. They have been chosen by clinical staff based on their potential relevance, but do not reflect our clinical opinions. These resources are never a replacement for treatment, diagnosis, or consultations with a mental health professional. If your distress worsens or you want to talk to someone call the counseling center at 918-631-2200 for information on our walk in hours. If you are in crisis call campus security 918-631-5555 or come into the counseling center if it is between 8 am – 5 pm Monday-Friday.


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Click the link for resources that will be helpful in managing your mental health during the COVID-19 outbreak.



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Helpful Videos

Click the link to find videos selected by counseling staff that can provide accurate and helpful information.

Helpful Videos

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Online Counseling

Online counseling options can be a great way to prioritize your mental health in an easily accessible way.



Hand in computer holding paperWorkshops

We have adapted our workshop series to be available virtually. Check out our four part series on living a well-balanced life!


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Mobile Applications

Applications that you have on your phone can be a way to have information and tools at your fingertips.



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Interpersonal Violence

During this time, the Office of Violence Prevention has online resources to help. You are not alone.

Violence Prevention