Online Support

Cognitive Behavioural Programs

Cognitive Behavioural Programs

These programs contain in-depth information, exercises, worksheets and activities that are designed to help you overcome a variety of issues that can affect students:

Anxiety And Worry

Coping With Depression

Improving Self-esteem

Procrastination

Shyness And Social Anxiety

Improve Your Assertiveness

 

NB: The diagnosis and treatment of clinical depression, anxiety, or any other mental illness requires the attention of a physician or qualified mental health professional.  The information on this website is not a substitute for proper diagnosis, treatment or the provision of advice by an appropriate health professional.

Shelf Help Library

Student Counselling & Development, in conjunction with Student Health and the Boole Library, has created a library of self-help books covering a wide range of issues that affect students. Check it out HERE

 

NB: The diagnosis and treatment of clinical depression, anxiety, or any other mental illness requires the attention of a physician or qualified mental health professional.  The information on this website is not a substitute for proper diagnosis, treatment or the provision of advice by an appropriate health professional.

Mindfulness Program

Mindfulness Course  This is a free and comprehensive online course in mindfulness. Developing mindfulness helps you deal with stress and build resilience.

 

NB: The diagnosis and treatment of clinical depression, anxiety, or any other mental illness requires the attention of a physician or qualified mental health professional.  The information on this website is not a substitute for proper diagnosis, treatment or the provision of advice by an appropriate health professional.

Self-help Information

RED can help you with some key skills such as studying & notemaking, writing, critical thinking, exams & assessments etc.

Reachout - Third Level is an online mental health and well-being resource for third level students in Ireland and has comprehensive information on a wide variety of issues. 

Students Against Depression offers advice, information and guidance for students affected by low mood, depression and suicidal thinking.

Walk for Health - Walk for Fun - Walk for Life If you are thinking about making a longterm, healthy lifestyle change why not try the 21 Day Walking Challenge as part of the Get Ireland Walking challenge. This challenge has been developed to enable you to establish the habit of walking. If you are currently inactive or have a health problem you should check with your doctor before you take on this walking challenge.

Wellbeing Podcasts can help you improve your wellbeing and lifestyle.

 

 NB: The diagnosis and treatment of clinical depression, anxiety, or any other mental illness requires the attention of a physician or qualified mental health professional.  The information on these websites is not a substitute for proper diagnosis, treatment or the provision of advice by an appropriate health professional.

Social Anxiety? Participate

Confidence with people can be an issue for a lot of us...anxiety about public speaking...coping with placement...self-conscious when meeting new people... UCC have a new program called Participate that is proven to be effective in building confidence and overcoming shyness and social anxiety. You can visit the Participate site (please use Chrome or Firefox), test your social anxiety, and see how the program works by doing the Introductory module. If you like, you can then apply to do the program.

 

NB: The diagnosis and treatment of clinical depression, anxiety, or any other mental illness requires the attention of a physician or qualified mental health professional.  The information on this website is not a substitute for proper diagnosis, treatment or the provision of advice by an appropriate health professional.

 

Student Counselling & Development

Comhairleoireacht agus Forbairt na Mac Léinn

Ardpatrick, College Road, Cork, Ireland

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