Resources for Students

Counseling Center on D2L

How to Enroll

Click HERE to enroll in the Counseling Center page on D2L. Under the “Content” tab, you’ll have access to self-paced Ram Plan courses. Students can get credit for the Ram Plan by completing the video module and quiz for each course.

Courses Offered

Seeking Counseling: When? How? Who? 

This Ram Plan course describes what counseling is and how you might determine if you’d want to try it out. Learn what you can expect from counseling and how to best use it, while challenging some of the common myths about counseling.

All About Anxiety Workshop 

Anxiety is a very common presenting problem in college students. This workshop will allow you to learn about stress management, anxiety, and self-care strategies. You will also be able to recognize symptoms of anxiety disorders and will be provided information on how to seek services at the Counseling Center. This workshop is based on a group intervention offered by Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at the Pennsylvania State University. The materials are used with permission from the psychologist, Dr. Shannan Smith-Janik, who designed the group intervention. 


Helpful Videos and Media

Helpful Links

Alcohol, Drugs, and Addictive Behavior

Anti-Racism Resources


Grief & Loss

General Mental Health


Suicide & Suicide Prevention

Transition & Adjustment

Set to Go: Your Guide from Transitioning from High School to College

The Jed Foundation's Transitioning Health and Mental Health Care to College Resources

Transition-of-Care Guide

  • If you are a potential WCU student or a family member, caregiver, or other individual of a potential WCU student, we welcome you to consider helping the student plan for the transition to managing their mental well-being in the college setting. This resource (PDF) is a Transition of Care guide that assists students in developing a plan for transitions their mental health care to the college environment. 

Trauma and Tragedy

Top Rated Mental Health Apps of 2022

 COVID-19 Resources



Helpful Workbooks & Self-Help Tools

    • This is a set of practical steps for responding effectively to the Corona crisis, using the principles of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).
  • Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook
    • Download this free workbook to guide you through step by step exercises to help you cope.
  • Pandemic Project
    •  Provides you with an expressive writing tool that may have terrific preventative and healing potential for each of us concerned about this unparalleled event that threatens our physical and emotional health.
  • Managing Coronavirus Anxiety: 10 Practical Suggestions
    • Clinical psychologist Nick Wigwall suggests tips for managing anxiety about the coronavirus
  • Mind Matters
    • Written by students for students - Navigating mental health concerns during COVID-19

Webpages with Resources Related to COVID-19

 Resources for Non-Students


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