Many clinicians already face anxiety, burnout, depression, stress, and suicide; the COVID-19 crisis is presenting an even greater hardship that can exacerbate existing levels of burnout and mental health stressors. Compiled here is a list of strategies and resources to help support the well-being of clinicians that are providing health care during he COVID-19 outbreak.Read more
Offering confidential couseling in areas such as psychological support, personal crisis situations, and other health and wellness concerns.Read more
This online screening can test to see if you are experiencing symptoms consistent with an illness or issue.Read more
Take a few minutes out of your day and enjoy videos on improving your stress and making it your friend.Read more
Occupational Health Clinic (OHC) treats staff and faculty for minor acute illnesses on a daily walk-in basis. Services are also available at One Hundred Oaks and Williamson County. Open from 7:30 AM - 4PM.
Work/Life Connections (WLC) aids in the growing needs of professionals coping with depression, addiction, stress and other emotional issues. Fully confidential, programs are available to provide psychological support to house staff, spouses and domestic partners through free counseling services and assessments.
Offers activities such as National Health and Fitness Day, Babies and You, Massage Therapy, Yoga, and Swim School Under Way to full-time staff and faculty. Services are provided at multiple locations throughout campus, One Hundred Oaks and Williamson County.
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If you’re thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States.