AC Health & Wellness Services for Students
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|Title||Author||Call Number||Book Cover|
|Self-Care for College Students||Dellitt, Julia||LB 2343.3 .D45 2019|
|Thriving With Social Anxiety: Daily Strategies for Overcoming Anxiety and Building Self-Confidence||Cooper, Hattie C||BF 616.85225 C66 2014|
|Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear||Gilbert, Elizabeth||BF 403 .G46 2015|
|The Art of Thinking Clearly||Dobelli, Rolf||BF 442 .D63 2014|
|The Ripple Effect: Sleep Better, Eat Better, Move Better, Think Better||Wells, Greg||BF 501 W45 2017|
|It’s OK That You’re Not OK: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture That Doesn’t Understand||Davine, Megan||BF 575 .G7D479 2017|
|Mastering Adulthood: Go Beyond Adulting to Become an Emotional Grown-Up||Fielding, Lara E||BF 724.5 .F54 2019|
|Fierce Conversations: Achieving Success at Work & In Life, One Conversation at a Time||Scott, Susan||BJ 2121 .S42 2017|
|When Love Hurts: A Woman’s Guide to Understanding Abuse in Relationships||Cory, Jill||HV 6625 .C665 2000|
|Healthy at 100||Robbins, John||RA 776.75 .R63 2006|
|How to Win Friends & Influence People||Carnegie, Dale||BF 637 .S8C37 1981|
Want to reserve one of these titles? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your student # and the book title.
These e-Books are available in the online library collection. Click the link to access the resource.
|What to Do When College Is Not the Best Time of Your Life||Leibow, David||2010||Link|
|Activating Happiness: A Jump-Start Guide to Overcoming Low Motivation, Depression, or Just Feeling Stuck||Hershenberg, Rachel||2017||Link|
|Food, Nutrition and Eating Behavior||Israeli, Sigal||2014||Link|
|Coping With Anxiety: Ten Simple Ways to Relieve Anxiety, Fear, and Worry||Bourne, Edmund J.||2016||Link|
|The Body Is Not an Apology: The Power of Radical Self-Love||Taylor, Sonya Renee||2018||Link|
|Tell Me About Yourself: Six Steps for Accurate and Artful Self-Definition||Murchison, Holley M.||2017||Link|
|Should: How Habits of Language Shape Our Lives||Smith, Rebecca||2016||Link|
A nation-wide, voluntary organization, the Canadian Mental Health Association promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness.
Led by the BC Division of the Canadian Mental Health Association. Their program is designed to help adults experiencing symptoms of mild to moderate depression, low mood, or stress, with or without anxiety.
Provides information related to mental health and substance use. Their website includes personal stories, self-help resources and information about getting help now.
This website provides advice on depression specific to men. There is a also section about Covid-19.
Anxiety Canada is a leader in developing free online, self-help, and evidence-based resources on anxiety. They are also the creators of MindShift CBT app.
MDABC is a nonprofit organization that provides treatment, support, education, and hope of recover for people living with a mood disorder.
An organization that serves immigrant, refugee, migrant and mainstream communities in Greater Vancouver and the Fraser Valley. They also offer online and phone counselling services.
Offers young people ages 12-24 health and wellness resources, services and supports. Support is available online.
This official provincial government website provides information on healthy eating, physical activity, mental health, medical test, medications, videos, and public health alerts for BC.
This website provides public health information relevant for people in Canada including food safety, travel health, immunization, injury prevention, open data, and government health initiatives.
Made by Anxiety Canada, this app uses scientifically proven strategies based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to help you learn to relax and be mindful, develop more effective ways of thinking, and use active steps to take charge of your anxiety.
An app that acts like an interactive self-help book which helps you to learn and practice skills which can help to prevent and manage symptoms of depression and anxiety.
An app for those struggling with food, dieting, exercise and body image. Based on self-monitoring homework, designed to be convenient and user-friendly.
This app is a tool to help with safety decisions if you, or someone you care about, is experiencing abuse in their intimate relationship.
The #1 app for sleep and meditation. It is designed to help users sleep better, boost confidence and reduce stress and anxiety.
All students at Alexander College have access to the My SSP app, which helps international and domestic students succeed by providing access to free, immediate, and confidential counselling services.
There are many fitness tracking and health related apps out there. Do some research and figure out which one works best for you!
Use your critical reading skills and ask yourself these questions:
Who is the author? Are they qualified to write on this health–related topic? Can you verify their health credentials?
What does the resource say? Can you verify facts? Are there citations? Does the website offer miracle cures? Be cautious of sites that claim to have a cure-for-all treatment.
When was it published? Is this information up to date?
Where was it published? Read the ‘about’ section of the website to verify what the website/organization does and purpose. Check the domain name to see if they are a government agency or commercial organization.
More information about finding health information online can be found at:
Disclaimer: The AC Library does not endorse or support any of these sites or apps. This information is not meant to replace health information from health professionals.