University Counseling Center
Self-Help and Online Screening Resources
For informational purposes only, the University Counseling Center offers access to Online Screening Tools.
Please Note: These tests are meant to be indicators only and do not replace a full assessment by a qualified clinician. If you are at all worried about your results we would always urge you to seek help from a mental health professional or call the Counseling Center (585) 275-3113 to schedule an appointment.
The University Counseling Center has compiled some information regarding several areas of concern in order for you to gain some insight and have access to resources. The following are for informational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose or treat any conditions. It cannot substitute for a consultation with a physician or a mental health professional. You can always reach the University Counseling Center at 275-3113.
Self-help using Therapy Assistance Online (TAO)
An online behavioral health resource center full of practical ways to help manage your thoughts, feelings and actions.
Self-Help for College Students
- Adjustment To Life’s Changes
- Communication And Conflict Resolution
- Helping A Friend
- Home for the Holidays: How to Manage Stress
- Time Management and Procrastination
- Roommate Conflicts
- An Ode to Sleep
- Love Relationship Issues
Depression, Stress & Anxiety
- Managing Fears and Anxiety about Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19)
- When You are Facing Traumatic Stress
- Stress, Anxiety, and Stress-Reducing Tips
- Terror Alerts, Anxiety, And Resources
- Resilience In A Time Of War
- Psychological Well-being of War Veterans: Transitioning to College
- Returning from the war zone: A guide for families of military members (PDF)
- Veteran Issues
- Information for Returning Veterans and Their Loved Ones from North Dakota State
Substance Abuse & Addiction
- Alcohol Use Awareness
- Drug and Alcohol Abuse
- Cyber Sex Addiction
- ProjectKnow – Understanding Addiction