COVID-19 Resources

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a far reaching impact on the lives of millions of people. As we adjust to the ‘new normal’ of social distancing, we are also seeing many changes in our lifestyles and home life. Some people may experience fear, anxiety, depressed mood or other mental health symptoms. These reactions are natural responses to an unprecedented situation. Although these feelings are normal, there are steps you can take to promote wellness in your life during this difficult period.

Read about how students are handling COVID-19 here

Learn how the stress of a pandemic can influence alcohol consumption here.

Learn about grief and COVID-19 here

Read about managing depression during self-isolation here

Watch Unwind Your Mind's webinar on grief and loss during a pandemic here.

To read about managing your relationship during self-isolation, click here.

To read about managing stress and anxiety related to the pandemic, click here

Review information on careers and mental health during the pandemic click here.

A Student's Guide to Wellness During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Other Mental Health Resources

The following resource sheets provide information and strategies on a variety of common mental health topics, available in English and Mandarin.

Dear Maddi

The Dear Maddi advising column is the result of a joint initiative between the University of Alberta Faculty of Science and Counselling and Clinical Services (CCS). Dear Maddi articles are written by Maddalena Genovese, CCS Satellite Psychologist for the Faculty of Science and a group of wonderful CCS mental health professionals.

Read all articles here. 

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Other Campus Counselling Services