Helpful tools to get you started on problem resolution
Behind each of the sections below you will find a variety resources to provide you with a deeper understanding of your situation. These resources encompass smart phone or tablet apps, books, self-assessments or websites.
If you’ve already made your appointment: Explore the issues you’re facing and get some perspective by using this collection of resources and tools in advance of your counseling session.
If you haven’t made an appointment yet: Look through these resources. See if they clarify your issues so you might feel more focused and ready to meet with your counselor. To make an appointment, or for a phone conversation with a counselor:
Call 608-392-9530 or 800-493-3960 (toll free). All calls are completely confidential.
Alcohol & Drug Abuse - Acknowledging the problem and taking first steps
Anger - Sources of anger and strategies to control it
Anxiety - When life becomes too much and overwhelms
Communication - Engaging with others more productively
Conflict Management - Strategies for resolving issues with others
Crisis - Are you in crisis?
Depression - A serious condition that can be effectively treated
Eating Disorders - Helping you focus on things other than food
Gender (LGBTQ) - Sexuality and gender identity
Grief - Sharing can help during this difficult time
Illness - Coping and adjusting positively to medical issues
Job Stress - Balance more effectively
Legal Resources - How to find the expert help you need
Life Balance - Making all the pieces work together
Military - Finding your way after the stress and sacrifice
Money/Financial - Develop a plan to turn stress into security
Obsessive/Compulsive Disorder (OCD) - Understanding what's behind your behaviors
Parenting - Helping turn daily challenges into a lifetime of joy
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) - Overcoming mental or emotional injury
Relationships - Strengthening or repairing your connections
Self-Injury/Cutting - May lead to more serious consequences in the future
Sexual Health - It may be difficult, but it is time to talk about it
Stress Management - Positive ways to quit being miserable
Suicide - Reaching out for the help you need
Apps, books and websites listed on pages linked above are provided for educational purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for professional advice. Nothing contained in these topics is intended to be used for medical diagnosis or treatment. Talk with your health care provider about any questions you may have.
Some of these resources are products of Mayo Clinic and others are owned by third parties. Mayo Clinic does not endorse resources identified on this page that it does not directly own or control itself.