This week’s ROARing Remotely tip comes to us from Idaho State University Libraries and Idaho State University Counseling and Testing Service: Check out the self-guided self-care resources available.
An important part of self-care is utilizing resources that can assist you in understanding yourself better and improving your quality of life. Many find that self-help books are a helpful compliment to receiving in-person counseling services. This page includes a list of recommended resources available through ISU Libraries that you may find helpful in improving your well-being.
Coping with COVID: Library eBooks about Stress and Anxiety, links to helpful resources about finding meaningful ways to connect, and support services available at the Counseling and Testing Center of ISU.
General Mental Health and Therapy: A list of library books available at Eli M. Oboler Library. See this page about borrowing books remotely.
Grief: A list of helpful eBooks that can be accessed from home by students, staff, and faculty.
Healthy Eating Choices: Cookbooks for everyone! eBooks and books in print are available.
Mindfulness: Library Books available at Eli M. Oboler Library. Check one out remotely!
For a more complete list of self-help resources available through ISU Libraries*, see the Subject Guide: Counseling and Testing on the library’s website thanks to our partnership with the ISU Counseling and Testing Service.
*ISU Libraries remain open online to support students, faculty and staff.