Mental Health Resources during the Pandemic
Mental Health Coping Skills During the Pandemic
Resources for students – on and off campus
These are unprecedented times with unique stressors. Whether you're on campus or at home this semester, you might need some extra support right now. Please reach out for help, and refer to the resources below for self-care tips and online support.
You at CSUM is your wayfinder to access tips, guidance and resources designed to help keep your academics, well-being and social connections on track in this changing world.
Nod: an app that equips college students with science-backed skills to build meaningful social connections
You can download it on:
Support from CAPS
Telehealth appointments: Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is providing counseling and consultation services through webcam or phone by appointment. To schedule an appointment, call 707-654-1170 or contact your counselor.
CAPS Crisis/Drop-in hours: Monday-Friday 1400-1500
Check out the Physical Education and Aquatics Center (PEAC) events
Mindfulness Mondays is a Zoom event (12 Noon) providing basic mindfulness based stress reduction exercises and yoga by the waterfront for all campus (students, faculty, and staff). Faciliated by Andrea Schnieder and Captain Tamera Burback. Zoom: https://csum.zoom.us/j/87445611455