There are a number of ways you can learn to manage your mental health to make every day a better one for you.


Suffolk University offers a number of resources for students dealing with mental health struggles including in-depth details on counseling, workshops, medication management and more.

Visit the Suffolk University center for Counseling, Health and Wellness for information on appointments for counseling sessions, free workshops and medication management.  The center also helps students with information on stress management including warning signs, relaxation tips, breathing exercises, time management and more!

The Suffolk University Counseling Center gives students struggling with mental health, wellness and illness access to 24 hour emergency support


There are a number of websites that can help you identify and manage your mental health needs.  Learn about diagnosis, treatment, self- care and more right in your browser.

There are so many resources on mental health and wellness available on the internet with just one click.  Whether you're looking for information on mental illness diagnosis, ways to incorporate mental health into your lifestyle or more, there are a number of websites out there to help you with whatever you need.  

Some of our favorites include:


Nobody understands you more than YOU, and that's why it is important to practice self-care in your daily life.  Take the time to treat yourself well with stress management, goal setting, healthy living and meditation.


We've pulled together a few ways that you can incorporate self-care into your daily life.

Work Towards Goals

  • Focus on your strengths

  • Focus on problem solving

  • Focus on the future (instead of reviewing hurts from the past)

  • Focus on your life instead of your illness


Care for Yourself

  • Live Healthy

  • Practice Good Hygiene

  • See Friends

  • Try to do something you enjoy everyday

  • Find ways to relax

Strengthen Your Connections

  • Connect with yourself

  • Connect with others

  • Connect to your community

  • Create soy and satisfaction


Meditate - start with 10 minutes then increase over time.



"You don't have to do it all by yourself."

Elizabeth Dehn