Free mental health resources available – The Southeastern

Southeastern Oklahoma State University offers a unique approach to mental health services through the Learn to Live program. Learn to Live is an online forum that is available 24/7 and remains confidential to the user.

Take advantage of SE’s partnership with Live to Learn, which offers five highly effective online programs based on proven principles of cognitive behavioral therapy. Use the code “SAVAGESTORM” to register.

This service is free for all SOSU students. To use this service, visit Use the code “SAVAGESTORM” to receive access to the program. Learn to Live is 100% free for any Southeast student. Wellness Coordinator and Clinical Advisor Debra Fulenchek encourages students to take advantage of this opportunity. “It’s so accessible, and it’s free for students,” Fulenchek said. “Students can use it multiple times whenever they want. It’s a great tool. »

Students can receive live coaching through Learn to Live. This is offered by appointment only. Appointments are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with an unlimited number of appointments. Appointments are made by phone, text or email.

In addition to online coaching, there are online video lesson plans. To get started, you complete an assessment to help you determine which lesson plan is right for you. Once you choose a lesson, it will guide you through video work on the specific topic. Currently available topics are Social Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Anxiety and Worry, Insomnia and Substance Abuse. This tool is a self-paced lesson plan and is available 24/7.

Learn to Live also has an option to receive “mindful moments” which are text messages throughout the week. These messages are words of encouragement sent directly to your cell phone.

Mental health matters. “Counseling is good at different times and for different people,” Fulenchek continued, “Everyone goes through tough times.”

Remember, you are not alone. Learning to live is totally confidential. If you prefer to receive counseling on campus, this is also available free of charge to students. Contact Debra Fulencheck at [email protected] for more information.

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