Self Help Resources

My SSP is a free and confidential mental health and wellbeing support service available to you 24/7:

  • Real-time chat and phone support available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, no appointment needed
  • Short-term scheduled support available via phone or video (call to set up initial appointment)
  • Access to virtual fitness sessions, articles, podcasts, and more
  • Confidential and at no cost to you

Learn more about My SSP

Mental health is a key part of your overall health. Brief screenings are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a mental health professional – they are a checkup from your neck up. This program is completely anonymous and confidential, and immediately following the brief questionnaire you will see your results, recommendations, and key resources.

Learn more about mental health screenings.

A free resource that after completing a brief screening, the site will provide the individual with confidential, personalized results based on age, gender, and drinking patterns.

Learn more about alcohol screenings.

A free resource offered by Dr. David Burns, psychiatrist and one of the founders of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Go to anxiety course

A free resource offered by Dr. David Burns, psychiatrist and one of the founders of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Go to Depression Course

Online resources and articles relating to Anxiety including Generalized Anxiety, Social Anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Panic Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Separation Anxiety, and Phobias.

Learn about the resources has to offer.

This is an online tool that helps identify depression, substance use, and sleep disorders, as well as provides tools for managing depression.

Find out more about this online tool.

A resource dedicated to addressing unhealthy eating behaviors, hormonal irregularities, and bone health among female athletes and physically active women.

Learn more about how this resource can help female athletes.

A resource for students to ask questions online and receive answers.

Check out this resource and what it offers.

A resource for grief and loss information.

Learn more about how to cope with grief and loss.

A resource created by The Jed Foundation and mtvU that uses stories of students and high-profile artists to increase awareness about mental health problems including eating disorders and self-injury, while emphasizing the importance of getting help.

Find out how this resource helps spread awareness about mental health.

A resource from the American Psychiatric Association site that provides information about special populations and culture in college-age students.

A resource from the Gay-Straight Alliance Network that is a national youth leadership organization that connects school-based Gay-Straight Alliances (GSAs) to each other and community resources through peer support, leadership development, and training.

A resource for students that provides mental health support, education, and advocacy.

Learn more about how this resource can help you or someone you know.

A resource for substance abuse issues.

Learn more about this resource.

A resource that provides rape support service that fights sexual violence and rape culture by empowering student-led campaigns to reform college sexual assault policies.

Learn more about SAFER.

A resource for students, parents, and campus professionals on reducing emotional distress and prevent suicide among college students.

Learn about the Jed Foundation.

Concerned about a student?

 Are you concerned about a student at Tarleton? CARE is a resource you can use to refer the student to caring university professionals who will help assess the situation and help to take action where it is needed.