ROARing Remotely - May 18
May 19, 2020
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.
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.
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.