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Emotional Wellness

Emotional wellness is based on how you feel. College is stressful and it can be common to feel overwhelmed. Maintaining a healthy emotional life is important to overall health. Some ways to stay emotionally healthy are to manage your stress level, stay on top of school work, get eight hours of sleep, ask for help, or see a therapist at the Counseling Center. Learn to manage stress…Before it manages you. Stress is a normal part of life. But learning to recognize good and bad stress, and how to cope with both, is essential to being emotionally well. How each of us responds to stress is as individual as we are.

SE Resources:

>Kognito At-Risk Mental Health Training – Build awareness, knowledge, and skills about mental health and suicide prevention that will help prepare you to lead real-life conversations with others to build resilience, strengthen relationships and connect them with support.
>Campus Well E-magazine – Feel, overcome, relate, empower SE! Open the link or download the app, free to the SE community, and click on the mind tab at the top menu to explore different mental health resources.
>Learn to Live – Free to all currently enrolled students **use code SAVAGESTORM** to access online mental health programs and tools.  There is also mental health coaching provided.
>Counseling Center – When students need an objective, caring listener who is knowledgeable about human behavior.

Useful Apps:
>Stop, Breathe, & Think
>Stop Panic & Anxiety Self-Help