Counseling Center
Self-Help Home Page

State University of New York at Buffalo

Welcome to the Counseling Center Self-Help Home Page, at the State University of New York at Buffalo. We have collected here a wide selection of documents, internet resources, referrals, and reading lists, all to help you with day-to-day stresses and difficult periods in your life.

Please note, this service is not meant to replace a face-to-face consultation with a trained counselor, nor does this service provide "on-line" counseling (see "Where to go next" for referral suggestions).

The Counseling Center also provides several training opportunities for graduate students in Clinical and Counseling Psychology. Information about these opportunities can also be found here.

About the Counseling Center: Overview, Staff, Location
Search the Self-Help Pages for a specific topic
What is Counseling?
What is Group Counseling, and is it for me?
Adjusting to University life
Stress and Anxiety
Alcohol and Drugs
Overcoming Depression, and Preventing Suicide
Coping with Death & Grief
Health, Diet, Body Image
Study Skills
Miscellaneous stuff (quotes, poems, never know!)
Recommended Readings on various topics
A Request For Your Input -- YOU ARE THE EXPERT!
Where to go next: Referral suggestions
Internet Resources
Pre-Doctoral training opportunities
Internet Resources for Mental Health Professionals

Maintained by David L. Gilles-Thomas, Ph.D.
Counseling Center
State University of New York at Buffalo
120 Richmond Quad
Buffalo, New York, 14261

Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm.

Suggestions, feedback, ideas: Send us email.

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Last modified: April 04, 1997