Personal Counseling Services & Resources

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Counseling Services provides confidential individual, couple and group counseling, as well as referrals and consultation services.  All services are provided at no charge to ATSU residential students and their significant partners/spouses. See also our official ATSU Web page:
Arizona Campus & National Resources - Ulifeline is an anonymous, Internet-based resource that provides students with a non-threatening and supportive information.  Ulifeline uniquely combines the following features and serves as students’ one-stop online resource for mental health information. 
  • Self-e-Valuator - Developed by Duke University Medical Center, the Self e-Valuator is a screening program designed to help students uncover whether they, or a friend, are at risk for depression, suicide, and several other disorders, including alcohol and drug dependence, eating disorders, generalized anxiety disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.  
  • Mental Health Reference Library - The mental health reference library provides quality, user-friendly information that has been reviewed and approved by leading medical experts at Harvard Medical School. 
  • Go Ask Alice! - Produced by health educators at Columbia University, this in-depth health question-and-answer Internet site contains an archive of hundreds of responses to anonymously-posed inquiries from college students worldwide. 
  • Concerned about a Friend - This section, provided by the National Mental Health Association, describes the warning signs for depression and suicide, includes information regarding how to help a friend, and lists resources for additional assistance. 
  • Drug Reference Database - The drug reference database provides information about prescription medications, potential drug interactions, as well as common side effects.  
2-1-1 Arizona Non-profit Resource Guide - Community Information and Referral Services serves as Arizona’s key source of integrated information that brings people and services together to meet vital needs. It is our vision that all Arizonans are easily connected to available health and human services in their communities. We are the lead agency and provider of 2-1-1 services in Arizona. Please download, print, and distribute our 2-1-1 Arizona brochure to your clients, friends, and family.

Psychiatrists near Mesa ‎‎‎(Inclusion is not an endorsement or recommendation)‎‎‎

Crisis Lines in Arizona - Supplied by Mental Health America of Arizona, a non-profit association providing leadership to address the full range of mental health and wellness issues in Arizona.
Mesa Area Counseling Centers & Services - Click to find local, off-campus crisis and counseling services in the Mesa, Arizona area. - Wondering about your coping?  Think you might be depressed, anxious or could benefit from counseling?  Take an anonymous online screening and learn more about protecting your emotional health and what to do if you or a friend are struggling with mental health issues. ATSU Campus specific information available on this page.
Grad Resources - Grad Resources is an independent, faith-based, non-profit organization based in Dallas, Texas that serves the practical and emotional needs of graduate students on several university campuses across the United States. Grad Resources offers grad students free assistance and support via grad student orientation programs, seminars, support groups, online resources and helpful articles. They adhere to a strict policy of offering practical support services to all students and spiritual resources only to those students who express interest.
The Arizona Sexual Violence Prevention & Education Program - The Sexual Violence Prevention and Education Program (formerly the Rape Prevention and Education Program) website is funded by the Arizona Department of Health Services, Bureau of Women's and Children's Health.  Along with information on prevention and education, the site includes information on Arizona agencies providing services to survivors of sexual violence and their families and friends. - AARDVARC is An Abuse, Rape and Domestic Violence Aid and Resource Collection. This site is for victims of violence, their families and friends, and the agencies and programs which serve them, both public and private. Issues addressed here currently include: domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault. The goal of this website is to assist efforts to aid and support those trying to remove themselves from abusive situations and build healthier, stronger lives. For individuals, we hope to provide general educational and reference material as well as a comprehensive nationwide directory of services for "one stop shopping".
The Unabridged Student Counseling Virtual Pamphlet Collection - A collection of pamphlets from various college counseling centers on a wide variety of mental health issues common on college campuses.  A virtual pamphlet put out by a university may refer to services available only to students at that university.  ATSU students should contact ATSU AZ Campus Counseling Services. Also, opinions expressed in a virtual pamphlet from one university do not necessarily reflect those of other universities.
National Eating Disorders Association - NEDA is dedicated to providing education, resources and support to those affected by eating disorders. Whether you are an individual living with an eating disorder, a family member or friend looking to offer support to a loved one, or a treatment professional looking to help others — we have structured our site to address your needs.
Self Abuse Finally Ends (SAFE) - Provided by S.A.F.E Alternatives, information includes resources for cutters and those who self-injure, journal articles, referrals to treatment providers and information on their treatment programs.
Alcoholics Anonymous - Find a meeting anywhere in the US.
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Locator - Find professional rehab services near you.
NAMI On Campus Club - NAMI on Campus clubs are student-run, student-led organizations that provide mental health support, education, and advocacy in a university or college setting.  Our mission is to improve the lives of students who are directly or indirectly affected by mental illness, increase the awareness and mental health services on campus, and to eliminate the stigma students with mental illness face.  To learn more about the NAMI on Campus program email
To Write Love on Her Arms - A non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide.  TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery.  See the YouTube Video
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