The NDSU Counseling Center is a confidential setting for students to express their personal or academic concerns by serving as consultants. Counseling offers many resources and services to students for students and their concerns that may be preventing them from functioning at their highest potential.
- Counselors have a unique view on your daily lives because they are not involved in them. They are here to act as a listener to help clarify issues, tune you in with your passions and feelings, and then deal with problems effectively.
- NDSU offers resources to assist in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling. There are a variety of services offered. Under this resource is a list of other sources of help in the Fargo/Moorhead Area.
- Through the NDSU Counseling Center is a variety of groups, workshops, and classes offered at various days and times each semester.
- Anxiety toolbox
- Getting Unstuck
- Understanding Self and Others
- Mental Health First Aid
- Although the NDSU counseling Center offers a variety of resources to aid in services toward mental health, there are numerous other resources in the Fargo/Moorhead Community that are offered as well. Within this page is a list of links that will direct you to resources online or in the community.
- If you are a student in need of a crisis intervention, you will be seen as soon as possible, when the counseling center is open. If the crisis is urgent, a call before you stop in is encouraged to determine the counselor that will see you. When calling, make sure you clarify that you would like to be seen right away because of an emergent need. Other instructions on how to get help after counseling center hours is listed
- The Counseling Center at NDSU has this resource to help eliminate steps in the process of referring students to get the help they need. This resource is a great guideline for a quick start to access information that is needed.
- This is a free anonymous Online Anxiety Screening offered at the ULifeline website. If you are an NDSU student and concerned that you may have signs and symptoms of an anxiety disorder, this is a great free resource to seek answers. When the screening is complete, you may be directed to further assistance based on the results.
- Meditation and Mindfulness are a way of being by bringing awareness to the present experience. This is more than a set of techniques to be learned, but rather an approach to life that can help you respond to challenging experiences in a more accepting way.
- Do tests stress you out? Do you find yourself not being able to concentrate or focus on your exams when taking them because you are worried about failing? Here are some helpful hints to help get over the tension of taking tests.
- The Stress and Depression Assessment is a brief, anonymous and confidential questionnaire. After completing the assessment, you will be directed to further help, if you so choose so. This assessment is completely voluntary.
College brings on stress which can lead to poor diet habits, obsessive exercising or eating out of control. Maintaining a healthy weight and positive body image can be challenging, especially with academic stressors and other expectations.
- Body image is our perception, negative or positive, about our bodies. It is always changing and sensitive to our circumstances. Negative body image is often correlated with the development of disordered eating.
- This short online screening is a resource to help determine if it would be appropriate to seek outside professional help for your dietary habits.
- If there is someone in your life who you might be concerned about or believe to have an eating disorder and needs help, this form is a good way to express your concern. After submitting the form, you might be contacted and directed with how to better help the person you are concerned about.