Online Counseling Resources
To Make an Appointment
Please call the appointment line at 617-879-2410 OR send our administrative assistant an email at
Addiction Center: A free web information guide that connects addicts and their families with the help they need to put their lives together. Their goal is to help these students and their loved ones by providing them with information and support on different substances, addictions, and recovery support.
REACT On-Line: An interactive program created by the Loyal Maryland University Counseling Center that guides individuals through the process of dealing with the aftermath of traumatic events and grief. Please Note: Students should contact the Wheelock College Counseling Center at 617-879-2413 rather the contact information provided in the videos.
Screening for Mental Health Online Screening Program: Anonymous, confidential mental health screenings and resource information.
Massachusetts Eating Disorder Association, Inc.: Information and referral services
Virtual Pamphlet Collection: Access online materials for college students addressing a range of topics relevant to student life
Go Ask Alice: Health and Wellness site which provides information, as well as Q & A on a huge range of topics relevant to physical and mental well-being in college age students
Asperger's Association of New England (AANE): Information, Resources and Services about Asperger's Syndrome and related conditions.
The Boston Alliance of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth (Bagly): A youth led, adult supported social support organization, committed to social justice, and creating, sustaining, and advocating for programs, policies, and services for the LGBTQ youth community.
Standard Pour: Do you know how much you are really drinking? Test yourself with this online tool by selecting the highlighted link.
Mental Health Awareness for International Students: This short video introduces the concepts of mental health for international students in the US. Covering mental health awareness and warning signs, dispelling myths, and showing ways to seek treatment, the video seeks to demystify a complex topic.
ULifeline Mental Health Resources: Mental health resources for college students.
To make an appointment call 617-879-2410