Levels of Care | Student Health Center

Levels of Care

The Levels of Care exist to ensure your emotional wellness is always in good standing

 

Journey for the Senses, A Stress Survival Packet*

Packet includes:

  • Brain teaser
  • Coloring page
  • Chamomile
  • Lavender essential oil
  • List of relaxation tips
  • Origami paper
  • Peppermint
  • SoundCloud link

Relax: The Art of Stressing Less, Stress Management Booklet*

The booklet includes tips and assessments on a variety of topics including symptoms of stress, time management, sleep hygiene, financial goals, stress relief, and self-care. It is also an adult coloring book.


Routine Exercise
Exercise your mind and body on a regular basis. A brisk walk, aerobics, or a relaxing yoga session can help clear your mind, relieve tension, and reduce your stress.


*Free packet and booklet can be picked up in Wellness and Health Promotion on the ground floor of the Student Health Center.

ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response)
ASMR is an experience of tingling that begins on the scalp and moves down the back of the neck and into the rest of the upper spine. It is a calming sensation that washes over you. You can view ASMR on YouTube or Instagram by searching ASMR.


Health and Wellness Apps

Nutrition:

HealthyOut
Side Chef
Fooducate

Exercise:

Charity Miles
Fitnet
8fit

Sleep:

Pillow
Sleep Time
Slumber

Stress:

Breath2Relax
Personal Zen
Calm

Women's Health:

Flo Period Tracker
Period Diary
Pink Pad

Brain Teasers:

2048
Luminosity
Brain Teasers

 
 

Meditation and Mindfulness
Through meditation, you can lower stress levels, connect better, improve focus, and reduce brain clutter. Visit www.mindful.org/how-to-meditate for meditation and mindfulness techniques.

In mindfulness practice, you learn how to return to and remain in the present moment, to anchor yourself in the here and now on purpose without judgement.


MindWise Innovations
A brief screening to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a mental health professional. It is completely anonymous and confidential, and immediately following the questionnaire you will see your results, recommendations, and key resources.


MyStudentBody
Rate your stress level by taking the Balance and Priorities Course on MyStudentBody. Learn things you should know about stress, how to protect yourself against the negative effects of stress, and where you can find help on campus. 

Let’s Talk
Let’s Talk offers brief consults to provide support, assist with problem solving, enhance healthy coping, and facilitate referrals to other resources.


Wellness Coaching
Wellness and Health Promotion has staff available for wellness coaching and interviews on a variety of topics including alcohol and drug abuse, nutrition and fitness, relationship skills, sexual health, and stress and time management.

Mental Health Counseling
Mental Health Service offers short-term therapy and provides referrals to the community when students need longer-term or more specialized services. Call 225-578-8774 to schedule an appointment.


Case Management
The Student Health Center Case Manager is available to assist students in the navigation of programs and services to meet their physical health, mental health, and wellness needs.

The Case Manager can help with:

  • Chronic health problems
  • Domestic violence
  • Low cost medical care or medication
  • Parenting resources
  • Pregnancy information, referrals, and resources
  • Referrals to community medical, and mental health
  • Short-term crisis intervention

Mental Health Crisis Counseling
LSU students may call Mental Health Service to speak with the crisis counselor on call about their situation. Students experiencing a mental health crisis may also come to room 250 in the Student Health Center during office hours to meet with a crisis counselor.


What is a Mental Health Crisis?
A crisis is a situation in which a person is in a highly unpleasant emotional state and their coping mechanisms are no longer working. You may observe the following:
Disorientation/confusion
Extreme agitation/panic
Highly disruptive behavior
Inability to communicate
References to threats of suicide/self-harm
Threats of assault


What to do in an emergency
If you or someone you know is in imminent danger and might harm themselves or someone else, you should immediately call for emergency 911 assistance.