Feel Better Now Resources
resources for your well-being
Emotion Regulation/Distress Tolerance
I need help coping with my distress right now (online skills list)
50 ways to take a break (poster)
Pros and cons of different types of coping skills (infographic)
Stress relief activities (infographic)
Sometimes journaling helps (pdf)
And sometimes it just helps to color…
It’s always darkest before the dawn (coloring page to print)
At any moment you have the power to say this is not how the story is going to end (coloring page to print)
This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine (coloring page to print)
You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think (coloring page to print)
Mistakes are proof that you are trying (coloring page to print)
Vulnerability & Shame
This page links to pdf files. Use this link to download Adobe Reader if needed.
Online screening tools for anxiety and depression.
Visit here for one of the most extensive recommended self-help sites addressing many concerns with many more articles and resources.
This site gives information on topics ranging from mental illness to finding the right psychiatrist.
American Psychological Association Help Center
Self-help information site of the APA providing support for many of life's problems.
National Institute of Mental Health
This site provides information on various mental health topics as researched by the NIMH.
Resource to help college students dealing with the physical and mental stress of higher education.
Offers online behavioral support system with links to many helpful sites.
To access site:
- Click on link
- Select "Student Log on" *Note: This is to help the site determine which schools are visiting, not to identify students.
- For "Select school's state," choose Massachusetts
- For "Select school," choose "Boston College"
- Click Log In
Note: On-line screenings are available on the "Self e-Valuator"