University life can present many challenges. Good mental health and wellbeing are the foundation for your success in college. Being proactive, advocating for what you need and taking steps to build your personal resiliency is easier than ever. Wellbeing@KSU is here to help you accomplish your goals in a host of different ways.
24/7 Mental Health Support
For everything you need to find your support, Wellbeing@KSU is here to support you with flexible options and tools to help lift you mentally and emotionally. Speak with an experienced clinician, get a referral for one-to-one counseling, access to free counseling sessions, and even schedule an appointment with a local or video counselor.
To get started, call 470-578-6600 and select Option 2 to be connected to a licensed master’s level mental health clinician, available 24/7/365.
All services offered through Wellbeing@KSU are confidential. No information will be shared without your consent.learn more
Campus Wellbeing Departments
Counseling & Psychological ServicesPromotes student wellbeing with counseling and psychiatric services available 24 x 7
Center for Young Adult Addiction & RecoveryPromotes student wellbeing with substance use, misuse education, counseling and recovery support services
Health Promotion & WellnessPromotes student wellbeing with nutrition counseling, education, Health Education and resources
Sports & RecPromotes student wellbeing with holistic development of KSU students’ physical, social, and leadership development
Advocacy & PreventionServes as a central support to all KSU Students
Student Health ServicesProvides comprehensive primary medical care services and telehealth visits
Wellbeing@KSU EventsMore Events
Self-Injury Recovery AnonymousThe Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery now hosts an on-campus Self-Injury Recovery Anonymous (SIRA) meeting. This Meeting of CA is for people in recovery or seeking recovery. This group is not open to observation or academic credit. Self-Injury Recovery Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other, that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from self-injury. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop engaging in self-injury. There are no dues or fees for SIRA membership. We are self-supporting through our own contributions. SIRA is not allied with any sect, denomination, political groups, organization, or institution. SIRA does not wish to engage in any controversy and neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stop engaging in self-injury and to help others to recover from self-injury.
Yoga for Feeding the SoulThis yoga and mutual aid meeting is open to anyone who is in recovery from an eating disorder, disordered eating, or is seeking acceptance of self. We will do gentle yoga followed by an open discussion mutual aid meeting. If you do not have a yoga mat, we can provide one to use. For more details or directions to the Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery, contact Lindsay at firstname.lastname@example.org
All-Recovery MeetingCYAAR hosts this in-person, weekly all-recovery meeting at the Marietta campus. This meeting is open to anyone in or seeking recovery from substance use disorders, eating disorders, or any other addictive disorders and our recovery allies. This meeting is not open for observation or academic credit.
Wellness peer mentors are students trained on a wide variety of helping skills that will prepare them to coach students struggling with some of the top impediments to mental health and well-being on campus.Learn More
Wellbeing@KSU Self-Help Resources
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