The Krupp Library and Bryant Counseling Services have teamed up to provide a list of books and resources to help you navigate mental health this holiday season. Check out these titles for with tips on coping, setting expectations with loved ones, and practicing mindfulness!
- How to do the work : recognise your patterns, heal from your past, and create your self by Nicole LePera
- Self-care for college students : from orientation to graduation, 150+ easy ways to stay happy, healthy, and stress-free by Julia Dellitt
- LGBTQ mental health : international perspectives and experiences by Nadine Nakamura and Carmen H Logie
- Brave, not perfect : fear less, fail more, and live bolder by Reshma Saujani
- Maybe you should talk to someone : a therapist, her therapist, and our lives revealed by Lori Gottlieb
- How we fight for our lives : a memoir by Saeed Jones
- Freedom from anxious thoughts and feelings : a two-step mindfulness approach for moving beyond fear and worry by Scott Symington
- Grief demystified : an introduction by Caroline A Lloyd
- The anxiety skills workbook : simple CBT and mindfulness strategies for overcoming anxiety, fear, and worry by Stefan G Hofmann
- Anxiety, depression & anger toolbox for teens : 50 powerful mindfulness, CBT and positive psychology activities to manage your emotions
- Pocket therapy for emotional balance : quick DBT skills to manage intense emotions
- The anxiety survival guide : getting through the challenging stuff
- How to relax by Thích Nhất Hạnh
Have you visited the library's collaborative display with Bryant’s Counseling Services department? We have a permanent display curated with resources, recommended reading, and information from the team at counseling services. The Counseling Services book list was developed by members of the team and the titles are cataloged within the Krupp library collection. The books vary in theme but touch upon many current struggles of college students including anxiety, depression, relationships, grief and more.