The Center of Well-Being knows that wellness can happen in the digital space. Visit our social media pages. You can find us on Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and Spotify. The Center of Well-Being does not endorse the following materials. They should be used for educational purposes only and not as a substitute for professional intervention.
A more comprehensive collection of handouts can be found in our Center's Resource Library (MGC 214/Hughes Hall 105).
If you have any questions about these materials, please do not hesitate to contact the Center of Well-Being at 202-885-3500. More information about the Center's services can be located on our website.
Anonymous Mental Health Screenings
Curious about mental health and want to learn more? Take a free anonymous mental health screening or create a free profile on You@American. There you can set up a profile and watch videos, take quizzes, and read stories from students.
The Center of Well-Being Programs and Psychological Services is mindful of the many ways the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the AU community. It is not uncommon to feel sad, isolated, stressed, or anxious during this time. The Center remains committed to supporting our students, staff, and faculty through our virtual services and resources. Additionally, we recognize that the COVID-19 pandemic has greatly impacted certain communities, with an increase in xenophobia, racial aggression, economic deprivation, stigma, and barriers to appropriate resources. The Center continues to denounce bigotry and oppression in every form and remains committed to providing culturally aware, affirming, and inclusive services for all our students.
Visit our social media pages, pinterest board, and Youtube Channel for resources.