Keeping mentally healthy and practicing emotional first aid is intentionally taking time to respond to your mental and emotional needs and well-being like you do your physical health.


  1. Articles/Factsheets
  2. Videos

1. Articles/Factsheets:

Self-Care for the Busy College Student
This article details the importance of self-care for well-being and suggests ways to improve or create habits of self-care.

2. Videos:

There's No Shame in Taking Care of Your Mental Health (Video | Audio)
TED Fellow Sangu Delle takes a personal look at the male perspective on mental health covering important issues of stigma and shame associated with it.

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Why We All Need to Practice Emotional First Aid
Dr. Guy Winch encourages everyone to take their emotional health as seriously as their physical health.

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