- Mental Health First Aid: An eight-hour in person course over two days. Topics covered during training include warning signs and risk factors for mental health problems and intervention.
- QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer): A mental health intervention for suicidal persons. Trainees learn how to identify crises and help to refer individuals to necessary care.
- Kognito: An online course that allows faculty to experience virtual conversations that mirror challenges faced by LGBTQ+ students.
Books and Articles on Mental Health
- Mad At School: Rhetorics of Mental Disability and Academic Life, by Margaret Price (2011).
- Well-Being and Higher Education: A Strategy for Change and the Realization of Education’s Greater Purposes, by Donald W. Harward, PhD (2016).
- Note: Copies of this book are available for check out at the Office of Health Promotion (OHP).
- Promoting Supportive Academic Environments for Faculty with Mental Illnesses (PDF), a resource guide published in 2017 by Margatet Price, PhD and Stephanie L Kerschbaum, PhD.
- Marit Lysne and Janet Lewis Muth on Mental Health and Wellness: A webinar created for Carleton alumni explaining resources related to mental health and wellness on campus.
- Increasing Demands of Mental Health Services on College Campuses: A recording from the 2019 Learning and Teaching Center archives.
- Young, Gifted, @Risk, and Resilient: A video toolkit to support the well-being of students of color. Curated by the Steve Fund and University of Michigan.
- Covid-19 Resource Guide (for Higher Education Professionals): A guide by the Jed Foundation on how to support students and campus communities during remote learning.
- Steve Fund: Resources dedicated to the mental health and emotional well-being of students of color.