Resources | Counseling Center

These resources may provide useful information about topics related to mental health. Their listing here, however, does not indicate endorsement by the SCC or Pacific University. While information and coping resources can be helpful, they do not constitute mental health treatment. If you are interested in speaking with a counselor, please contact the SCC

Apps can be a useful self-care tool to track symptoms, remind you to practice skills, or walk you through coping strategies. The apps within each area below are provided as suggestions. Search and filter additional mental health apps at Mind or OneMind.

The SCC has created video tutorials to address mindfulness, emotion regulation, and progressive muscle relaxation. Visit our playlist to see them all! 

bookshelvesStop by our Forest Grove clinic to browse our Lending Library and check out a book to learn more about diverse experiences of mental health. 

We also facilitate mental health promotion activities across our campuses. Follow us on Instagram @pacificuniversityscc to find out about the latest events and resources and to receive mental health resiliency tips. 

If you have experienced or witnessed a bias incident - behavior, speech or expression that reveals conscious or unconscious bias, which targets individuals or groups based on but not limited to their race, color, ethnicity, nationality, economic background, age, physical or mental health or ability, sexual orientation, sex, gender identity or expression, marital status, veteran status, or religious practice - please report it to Pacific University's Bias Response Team, Office of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Accessibility.