Student Counseling Services

Well-being Tools and Resources Page

Note: These links are not maintained by the SCC. These pages may be helpful but are not meant to replace consultation with a mental health professional.
MICA students represent a wide range of backgrounds, experiences and identities.  At the SCC, clinicians work with students around these and any issues that impact their lives. Below is a list of resources related to the concerns students may be experiencing.



Coping during Covid 19 pandemic:



General tips for mental health/wellness:

 

Stress Management:



Depression and Anxiety:

 

ADHD:



Autism Spectrum Disorder:



BIPOC Mental Health Resources:

 

International Students:

 

First Generation Students:



Eating Disorders:

 

LGBTQ+ mental health resources:

 

Wellness apps:

  • Covid coach 

  • Calm Harm

  • MyLife

  • Breathe2Relax

  • My3 - for individuals who may be having thoughts of suicide, or who have a history of suicidal behavior. It is designed to help these individuals stay safe during when they are experiencing thoughts of suicide.

  • MoodTools - targets depression

  • MoodFit 

  • MoodMission

 

Dating violence and/or sexual assault:

  • www.rainn.org  - Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network

  • www.Breakthecycle.org

  • www.mcasa.org - Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault

  • www.mnadv.org  - Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence

  • House of Ruth Maryland - addresses domestic violence, located in Baltimore City, www.hruth.org, 410-889-7884 - 24 hr helpline

  • TurnAround, Inc. - addresses sexual assault/abuse, human trafficking and domestic violence, offices in Baltimore City and County - www.turnaroundinc.org, 443-279-0379 - 24 hr helpline

 

Trauma: