As we continue to navigate this tumultuous time, problem-solving, stress management and adaptation strategies remain important. Take a few minutes to support your mental well-being by doing these self-reflection exercises.
If you are feeling anxious or overwhelmed, the Department of Mental Health Services (DMHS) is available for support. DMHS offers individual psychotherapy, couples counseling, group counseling and psychiatric services. Currently, all services are available via telehealth.
DMHS also can assist in connecting to other resources as needed.
IU School of Medicine trainees statewide can reach out to DMHS at:
Think about how frequently, and how well, you are performing self-care activities to maintain good health and improve well-being by taking this self-care assessment.
Regional Campus Resources
Additional resources for regional campus trainees
Regional campus medical students have additional local resources as listed below. They also may reach out to DMHS to explore their resource options as these resources continue to develop over time.
IU Bloomington CAPS (812) 855-4011
University of Evansville Counseling Center (812) 488-2663
Bowen Center (260) 481-5748
Ball State University Counseling Center (765) 285-1736
Contact DMHS or Dr. Dana Lasek (317) 278-2382 for referral to a NW-Gary therapist
IU South Bend Counseling Center (574) 520-4125
Indiana State University Counseling Center (812) 237-3939
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