Virtual Library of Self-help Resources
The information provided in these resources, while potentially helpful, is NOT a substitute for proper diagnosis or counselling. We therefore strongly encourage you to talk to one of the counsellors in the Centre for Student Development and Counselling, your doctor or a mental health professional in the community about the difficulties you are experiencing.
Tips sheets prepared by the Centre for Student Development and Counselling on a number of issues including performance anxiety, self-esteem, good sleep hygiene, avoiding burnout and being assertive.
Moodgym is a free self-help website through which you can learn cognitive behavioural strategies for preventing and coping with depression and anxiety.
The information packages provided on the Centre for Clinical Interventions website consist of modules you can work through to help you understand and deal with anxiety and depression.
Virtual pamphlets on an extensive range of issues compiled from American university counselling centres.
Ecouch contains on-line exercises and strategies for dealing with depression, general worry, social anxiety, relationships, grief and loss.
Simon Fraser University’s media library includes video and audio resources on mindfulness and yoga.
Mind Your Mind focuses on youth and includes a tool box, strategies, personal stories and videos.
Sexuality and u is a clearing house and resource on all things related to your sexual health.