If you are at imminent risk for self-harm please go to the Madison Memorial Emergency Room. For individuals who are at risk for harming themselves or are having a similar significant crisis, please dial 988 to access the Idaho Careline and be prepared to select Option 3. For students who are actively meeting with a BYU-Idaho counselor and are at risk for harming themselves or having a similar significant crisis, please call 208-496-HELP (208-398-4357).
Therapy Assistance Online (TAO) is a free resource for currently enrolled on-campus BYU-Idaho students and BYU-Idaho employees. TAO is an interactive, web-based program that provides well-researched and highly effective strategies to manage stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns.
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Relationship abuse is a pattern of behavior to maintain power and control over another person through threats, isolation, and intimidation.
ADD and ADHD affect brain functions such as attention, concentration, memory, impulsivity, hyperactivity, and organization.
Expressing appropriate anger can be healthy, but when taken to excess can harm physical and mental health.
Being assertive means to demonstrate self-respect and self-confidence while being aware of and having respect for others.
Autism is a disorder that results in significant impairment of social, emotional, occupational, or other areas of function.
Learn about the different types of bipolar disorder and how they can affect others’ mood, energy, and activity levels of daily life.
There is hope for those who struggle with addiction. Learn how to combat addiction with these resources.
Clinical depression develops when extreme sadness lasts more than two weeks and disrupts daily activities.
Anyone can suffer from an eating disorder. Luckily, full recovery is possible.
Intense grief and loss can affect your ability to feel peace and comfort in your everyday life. Learn how to work through grief and find healing.
Not everyone needs medications for good mental health. Discover if medications might help you achieve mental health for your situation.
Learn how to reduce stress, improve concentration, and be more present in your life through mindfulness practices.
Learn about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder symptoms, behaviors, and treatments for those dealing with OCD.
Learn what perfectionism is, what causes it, and why it is dangerous.
When someone shares with you that they have been sexually assaulted, your caring response will make all the difference. It can be intimidating to sit in these emotionally vulnerable moments. More than anything else, they need your support.
On-campus and local resources for individuals who are victims of sexual assault.
Learn more about factors that affect sleep and how better sleep can improve quality of life.
Learn how prolonged stress and anxiety can affect a person's daily functioning and overall well-being, and what resources are available to treat anxiety disorders.
Trauma results from an event or circumstance someone experiences as physically or emotionally life-threatening.