Updated: August 06, 2020 at 11:56AM

Resources

Our ability to cope and manage stress during this time is important. Find what works for you.

This is an evolving list that provides a medley of resources, and is not designed to be comprehensive. If you have a resource to recommend that fills a gap in coverage of topics, submit a suggestion.

Note: The resources presented below are informational and intended as an aid in understanding the topics presented, but are not intended as a substitute for assistance from a qualified mental health professional.


Any resource associated with any of the active filters show in the results below. For example, if "Community" and "Sleep" are active, all resources tagged with "Community" or "Sleep" (or both) would be included among the results.

  • 10 great habits for working at home

    From Inc.com

    Type: Articles       Topic: Remote Work
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • 15 Questions about Remote Work - Answered

    Article from Harvard Business Review

    Type: Articles       Topic: Remote Work
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • 360 equity audit

    Focus on equity as a foundation in the response against COVID-19 and recovery plans to help build a more equitable future.

    Type: Resource       Topic: Emotional Support, Equity and Covid-19, Planning Under Uncertainty
    Available for: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

  • 3 research-based ways to cope with the uncertainties of pandemic life

    Evidence-based strategies for managing the chronic uncertainty that comes along with living in a pandemic.

    Type: Articles       Topic: Financial Concerns
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • 5 things you should know about stress

    From the National Institute for Mental Health

    Type: Resource       Topic: Stress and Anxiety
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • 5 Ways to Well-being

    Information on five simple things you can do as part of your daily life – at work and at home – to build resilience and boost your wellbeing.

    Type: Articles       Topic: Emotional Support, Mental Health
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • 6 Habits to Help You Take Control of Your Life and Improve Your Health

    Wellness Center Workshops and Virtual Presentations

    574-631-2366

    Type: Workshops       Topic: Self-care
    Provided by: Notre Dame Wellness Center
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • 8 Financial Tips for Young People During Covid

    Covid is also a financial crisis. This is a helpful resource for students to assess their financial situation and tips to help.

    Type: Articles       Topic: Planning Under Uncertainty
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Address Stress, Stress Management Resources and Tools

    Session with ND Wellness Center Coaches.

    Type: Resource       Topic: Stress and Anxiety
    Provided by: Notre Dame Wellness Center
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • Adelante

    An employee resource group for committed to diversity and inclusion and educating others about the Hispanic/Latinx heritage.

    askhr@nd.edu | 574-631-5900

    Type: Support Groups       Topic: Community, Connection
    Provided by: Human Resources
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • American Foundation for Suicide Prevention COVID-19 Toolkit

    Tools to help you to spread positive messages of hope, compassion, mental health care and suicide prevention.

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Emotional Support, Mental Health, Stress and Anxiety
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • American Psychological Association Covid-19 Resources

    Topics include: Bias, Discrimination, and Equity Education, Self-care, Stress, Anxiety, and Grief, Telementalhealth/Telepsychology Work and Telework

    Type: Resource       Topic: Equity and Covid-19, Mental Health, Remote Work
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Anthem resource locator

    Social services resource locator, organized by zip code

    Type: Resource       Topic: Community, Mental Health
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Anxiety and Stress Management

    Relaxation and imagery exercises; powerful tools for dealing with stress and anxiety; and techniques for dealing with stressors before, during, and after they present themselves.

    gradsch@nd.edu | (574) 631-7544

    Type: Workshops       Topic: Self-care, Stress and Anxiety
    Provided by: Graduate School Professional Development
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Black Faculty and Staff Association

    An employee resource group dedicated to the recruitment, support, positive valuation of, and inclusion of black faculty and staff at Notre Dame.

    askhr@nd.edu | 574-631-5900

    Type: Support Groups       Topic: Community, Connection
    Provided by: Human Resources
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • Black Lives Matter Meditations

    A 17-minute guided meditation for White people who identify as allies and/or accomplices to Black Lives Matter using mindfulness, affirmation, and metta (loving-kindness)

    Type: Resource       Topic: Community, Equity and Covid-19
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Black Lives Matter Resources

    from ACPA - College Student Educators International

    Type: Resource       Topic: Community, Equity and Covid-19
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Building Resilience

    Tips for building resilience (pdf).

    mcwell@nd.edu | 574-631-7970

    Type: Articles       Topic: Resilience
    Provided by: McDonald Center for Student Well-being (McWell)
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Building Resilience in a Time of Loss

    Tips for building resilience in a time of loss (pdf).

    mcwell@nd.edu | 574-631-7970

    Type: Articles       Topic: Grief, Resilience
    Provided by: McDonald Center for Student Well-being (McWell)
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Care and Concern Resources

    Resources for staff experiencing stressful or difficult life circumstances such as illness or death of an employee.

    askhr@nd.edu | 574-631-5900

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Grief, Mental Health, Self-care
    Provided by: Human Resources
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • CDC Coping with Stress Resource page

    Coping with stress in a healthy way will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger. Here are a set of resources to help.

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Emotional Support, Self-care, Stress and Anxiety
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Center for Study of Traumatic Stress

    This resource landing page contains fact sheets and other resources to support the health and well-being of communities impacted by COVID-19.

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Emotional Support, Mental Health
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Community Resilience

    This toolkit shares four recovery response elements that are part of the community resilience process.

    mcwell@nd.edu | 574-631-7970

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Balance, Community, Resilience
    Provided by: McDonald Center for Student Well-being (McWell)
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Coping with loss

    Effective tips to cope with the loss of a loved one

    Type: Articles       Topic: Emotional Support, Grief, Stress and Anxiety
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Coronavirus Conversation Toolkit

    Navigating uncertainty and a new normal is a challenge for all members of a community, and can be especially important when living, learning, and working together so closely.

    574-631-7970

    Type: Resource       Topic: Community, Connection, Emotional Support
    Provided by: McDonald Center for Student Well-being (McWell)
    Available for: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

  • COVID-19 materials on depression and anxiety

    Anxiety and Depression Association of America

    Type: Resource       Topic: Self-care, Stress and Anxiety
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Creating Healthy Routines

    Tips for creating healthy routines (pdf).

    mcwell@nd.edu | 574-631-7970

    Type: Articles       Topic: Self-care
    Provided by: McDonald Center for Student Well-being (McWell)
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Down Dog Fitness App - Yoga, HITT, Barre, Prenatal Yoga

    In response to rising COVID-19 cases and school closures, Down Dog is extending the free period on all apps for students, teachers, and healthcare workers until 7/1/2021.

    Type: Resource       Topic: Balance, Mental Health, Self-care, Stress and Anxiety
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Dreaming Domer's Sleep Program

    Dreaming Domers is a program designed to improve cognitive performance, emotional well-being, and health through sleep

    mcwell@nd.edu | 574-631-7970

    Type: Program       Topic: Self-care, Sleep, Stress and Anxiety
    Provided by: McDonald Center for Student Well-being (McWell)
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Election Stress Getting To You? 4 Ways To Keep Calm

    Tips for coping with the stress surrounding the election

    Type: Articles       Topic: Emotional Support, Mental Health, Stress and Anxiety
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Embracing Uncertainty

    This workshop is designed to help you learn how to be more embracing of uncertainty.

    gradsch@nd.edu | (574) 631-7544

    Type: Workshops       Topic: Planning Under Uncertainty, Productivity
    Provided by: Graduate School Professional Development
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Emotional Well-Being

    Resource landing page for benefits and programs for staff and faculty focused on emotional well-being.

    askhr@nd.edu | 574-631-5900

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Emotional Support
    Provided by: Human Resources
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • FACE Covid

    ‘FACE COVID’ is a set of practical steps for responding effectively to the Corona crisis, using the principles of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).

    Type: Articles       Topic: Emotional Support, Mental Health, Self-care
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Faculty Caregivers Support Group

    This group offers the opportunity to connect with others, share information and struggles, and listen to how others deal with their situations. All faculty are welcome.

    ministry@nd.edu | 574-631-7800

    Type: Support Groups       Topic: Community, Connection
    Provided by: Campus Ministry
    Available for: Faculty

  • Faculty Grief Support Group

    If you are a faculty member who has experienced the death of a loved one, you are invited to join a support group with other faculty who have experienced the loss of a loved one.

    ministry@nd.edu | 574-631-7800

    Type: Support Groups       Topic: Community, Connection, Grief
    Provided by: Campus Ministry
    Available for: Faculty

  • Faculty Happy Hours

    All faculty are welcome to these opportunities to meet colleagues from other departments and colleges, to share ideas and stories, and relax together.

    ministry@nd.edu | 574-631-7800

    Type: Support Groups       Topic: Community, Connection
    Provided by: Campus Ministry
    Available for: Faculty

  • Faculty Spiritual Direction

    Spiritual direction is the practice of entering into a conversation with an experienced guide to discuss your spiritual journey, relationship with God, prayer, and integration of faith and life.

    ministry@nd.edu | 574-631-7800

    Type: Support Groups       Topic: Community
    Provided by: Campus Ministry
    Available for: Faculty

  • Fight the Fatigue: Add More Rest and Rejuvenation to Your Life

    Session with ND Wellness Center Coaches.

    Type: Resource       Topic: Sleep
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • Finding a new normal: Working remotely while caregiving

    Resources for caring for others, teaching effectively, and maintaining personal wellbeing in this time of disruption.

    gradsch@nd.edu | (574) 631-7544

    Type: Resource       Topic: Productivity, Remote Work
    Provided by: Graduate School Professional Development
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Finding Balance

    A guide on focusing on the things that matter to you, benefits and techniques of self-affirmation, reinforcing the necessity of taking breaks, cultivating healthy habits.

    Type: Best Practices       Topic: Balance, Mental Health, Self-care
    Available for: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

  • Get motivated, stay motivated, be well

    This workshop will help you learn how to recognize and eliminate potential environmental and personal distractions; create an optimal study environment; re-focus; make a plan to stay focused.

    gradsch@nd.edu | (574) 631-7544

    Type: Workshops       Topic: Emotional Support, Productivity
    Provided by: Graduate School Professional Development
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Get on the same page: Creating shared expectations with your mentor

    All faculty advisors and graduate students to establish shared expectations for the students, the mentors, and the departments.

    gradsch@nd.edu | (574) 631-7544

    Type: Workshops       Topic: Community, Connection
    Provided by: Graduate School Professional Development
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Helping Hands Need A Break, Too: How To Lend Support Without Burning Out

    Compassion fatigue and strategies for replenishing while consistently in stressful times

    Type: Articles       Topic: Balance, Emotional Support, Mental Health
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • How to Be Productive

    Tips for being productive (pdf).

    mcwell@nd.edu | 574-631-7970

    Type: Articles       Topic: Productivity
    Provided by: McDonald Center for Student Well-being (McWell)
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • How to get more sleep tonight

    From New York Times

    Type: Articles       Topic: Self-care, Sleep
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • How to Help a Friend in Quarantine and Isolation

    Tips and links for helping

    574-631-5550

    Type: Articles       Topic: Community, Connection
    Provided by: McDonald Center for Student Well-being (McWell)
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • How to reach out and support each other

    Supporting & promoting emotional well-being in conversation

    Type: Best Practices       Topic: Connection, Emotional Support, Mental Health
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • How to Respond to Coronavirus Racism and Xenophobia

    article from Teaching Tolerance

    Type: Articles       Topic: Community, Equity and Covid-19
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • How to restore: A guide

    A Guide to Creating a Restorative Routine

    Type: Best Practices       Topic: Emotional Support, Mental Health, Resilience
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • How to Stay Motivated

    Tips for staying motivated (pdf).

    mcwell@nd.edu | 574-631-7970

    Type: Articles       Topic: Productivity
    Provided by: McDonald Center for Student Well-being (McWell)
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • How to succeed when working from home

    From Forbes

    Type: Articles       Topic: Remote Work
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Individual Wellness Coaching

    Wellness coaching enables you to learn more about yourself, and to set and achieve your wellness goals.

    574 631-2366

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Emotional Support, Mental Health
    Provided by: Notre Dame Wellness Center
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • Interrupting microaggressions

    Adapted from Kenney, G. (2014). Interrupting Microaggressions, College of the Holy Cross, Diversity Leadership & Education. A

    Type: Articles       Topic: Community, Equity and Covid-19
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Koru Mindfulness Series

    A nationally-known, evidence-based mindfulness program to help you feel more mindful, more rested, and less stressed. Designed for college students; available to all.

    mcwell@nd.edu | 574-631-7970

    Type: Program       Topic: Stress and Anxiety
    Provided by: McDonald Center for Student Well-being (McWell)
    Available for: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

  • LifeWorks EAP Individual Toolkits related to COVID-19 Pandemic

    Topics include: self-isolation, care for others, grief and loss, financial worries, caring for others, mental health. Requires ND login.

    askhr@nd.edu | 574-631-5900

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Financial Concerns, Grief, Planning Under Uncertainty
    Provided by: Human Resources
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • LifeWorks Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - Resources/Counseling

    Employee assistance program provides cost-free diagnosis and referral services to all regular, full-time faculty, staff, and family for assistance with a variety of personal and family challenges.

    askhr@nd.edu | 574-631-5900

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Emotional Support, Mental Health
    Provided by: Human Resources
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • Maintaining Emotional Well-Being During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    External video/resource.

    askhr@nd.edu | 574-631-5900

    Type: Resource       Topic: Emotional Support
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Managing Anxiety and Stress

    Resources from the CDC

    Type: Resource       Topic: Mental Health, Stress and Anxiety
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Managing Stress as COVID-19 Continues: Tips & Strategies

    Contact Campus Ministry for a recording from presentation on 7/10/20

    ministry@nd.edu | 574-631-7800

    Type: Workshops       Topic: Stress and Anxiety
    Provided by: Campus Ministry
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Mayo Clinic "COVID-19 and Your Mental Health"

    Worries and anxiety about COVID-19 and its impact can be overwhelming. Social distancing makes it even more challenging. Learn ways to cope during this pandemic.

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Emotional Support, Self-care, Stress and Anxiety
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Mindful Self-Compassion

    Tips for mindful self-compassion (pdf).

    mcwell@nd.edu | 574-631-7970

    Type: Articles       Topic: Resilience, Self-care
    Provided by: McDonald Center for Student Well-being (McWell)
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Mind Matters

    Student perspectives; materials and resources; support for communities; Written for student by students

    Type: Resource       Topic: Community, Equity and Covid-19, Mental Health
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • National Association for Behavioral Healthcare Covid-19 Resources

    A collection of resources and information from organizations and agencies for navigating the Covid-19 pandemic

    Type: Resource       Topic: Emotional Support, Mental Health
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • National resources for alcoholism

    Rich set of resources for managing alcohol problems

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Mental Health
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Navigating the Unknown

    Tips for navigating the unknown (pdf).

    mcwell@nd.edu | 574-631-7970

    Type: Articles       Topic: Planning Under Uncertainty
    Provided by: McDonald Center for Student Well-being (McWell)
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Need to Talk

    Opportunities to talk about anxieties, challenges, opportunities for hope, your spiritual journey, thoughts about vocation and anything else that might be on your mind on heart.

    ministry@nd.edu | 574-631-7800

    Type: Resource       Topic: Emotional Support, Mental Health
    Provided by: Campus Ministry
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • Notre Dame COVID-19 Response Unit Hotline

    Feeling stress or anxiety? call 24/7 to chat.

    574-634-HERE

    Type: Resource       Topic: Connection, Stress and Anxiety
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Notre Dame Staff of International Descent

    An employee group with cultural, social, and intellectual activities for international staff, faculty, and the University at large, with opportunities to build and expand their social networks.

    askhr@nd.edu | 574-631-5900

    Type: Support Groups       Topic: Community, Connection
    Provided by: Human Resources
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • Notre Dame Veterans Association

    An employee resource group organized to provide our Veterans with information on other Veterans at Notre Dame, resources, community and local events.

    askhr@nd.edu | 574-631-5900

    Type: Support Groups       Topic: Community, Connection
    Provided by: Human Resources
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • Nutrition 101

    Provides key nutritional principles to enhancing your health, your mood, and your academic performance. Tips will also be shared on how to fuel for the long days and shop on a budget.

    gradsch@nd.edu | (574) 631-7544

    Type: Resource       Topic: Self-care
    Provided by: Graduate School Professional Development
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • One Mind Cyber Guide (Repository of apps and digital mental health resources reviewed by experts - evidence-based)

    Apps and digital mental health resources reviewed by experts

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Emotional Support
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Online Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Program

    Self-directed free 8 week mindfulness-based stress reduction program.

    Type: Program       Topic: Emotional Support, Mental Health, Stress and Anxiety
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Pdfs and brochures on mental health diagnoses, treatment, and self-help

    Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies

    Type: Resource       Topic: Self-care, Stress and Anxiety
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Reliable Mind Blog

    Each post will feature resources for those experiencing mental health problems. These may include links to therapist search tools, hotlines, or support groups. as sleep or relaxation.

    Type: Resource       Topic: Resilience
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Resilience Toolkit

    Resiliency is the ability to deal with adversity. Click here for 10 tips and to assess your resiliency using the GRIT scale

    mcwell@nd.edu | 574-631-7970

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Balance, Resilience, Stress and Anxiety
    Provided by: McDonald Center for Student Well-being (McWell)
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Resources for Narcotics Abuse

    Rich set of resources for managing narcotics problems.

    Type: Support Groups       Topic: Mental Health
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Self Care Basics

    Why it matters and where to start

    Type: Resource       Topic: Resilience, Self-care, Sleep
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Self-Help Toolbox during COVID

    Resource landing page with internal and external tools and tips for coping during COVID

    574-631-7336

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Emotional Support, Equity and Covid-19, Stress and Anxiety
    Provided by: University Counseling Center
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Set daily goals for self-care

    How do people set, track, and stick to their daily goals?

    Type: Best Practices       Topic: Balance, Productivity
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Setting the tone: Using the first day of class to establish norms for safety, conversations and community

    To “set the tone” for the semester, we discuss how to implement safety regulations and mask policies, facilitate difficult conversations, and use interactive learning within a socially distant classroom.

    gradsch@nd.edu | (574) 631-7544

    Type: Workshops       Topic: Community, Emotional Support
    Provided by: Graduate School Professional Development
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Shareable resources on coping with Covid

    From the National Institute for Mental Health

    Type: Resource       Topic: Stress and Anxiety
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • SIOP COVID Resources

    A collection of resources, backed by science, for remote work, virtual teams, organizational agility, and related issues to help people adapt to workplace changes.

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Productivity, Remote Work
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Sleep and performance best practices

    Handout with tips on sleep, moderate stress and positive energy.

    Type: Resource       Topic: Self-care, Sleep, Stress and Anxiety
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Social Well-Being

    Resource landing page for benefits and programs for staff and faculty cope focused on social well-being.

    askhr@nd.edu | 574-631-5900

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Community, Connection
    Provided by: Human Resources
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • SPECTRUM LGBTQ and ally employee resource group

    An employee resource group open to all employees who identify as LGBTQ, and Allies, committed to diversity and inclusion, and providing a safe space for personal and professional development.

    askhr@nd.edu | 574-631-5900

    Type: Support Groups       Topic: Community, Connection
    Provided by: Human Resources
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • Spiritual Well-Being

    Landing page for benefits and programs for faculty and staff focused on spiritual well-being.

    askhr@nd.edu | 574-631-5900

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Emotional Support
    Provided by: Human Resources
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • Staff Caregivers Support Group

    This group offers the opportunity to connect with others, share information and struggles, and listen to how others deal with their situations. All faculty are welcome..

    ministry@nd.edu | 574-631-7800

    Type: Support Groups       Topic: Community, Connection
    Provided by: Campus Ministry
    Available for: Staff

  • Substance Use Risk Reduction

    Resources for individuals and groups on substance use risk reduction strategies.

    mcwell@nd.edu | 574-631-7970

    Type: Resource       Topic: Resilience, Self-care, Stress and Anxiety
    Provided by: McDonald Center for Student Well-being (McWell)
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Supporting and promoting emotional well-being in conversation

    Emotional well-being conversation toolkit

    574-631-7970

    Type: Resource       Topic: Community, Connection, Emotional Support
    Provided by: McDonald Center for Student Well-being (McWell)
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Supporting student well-being in online learning environments

    fostering well-being in online classes

    574-631-5550

    Type: Resource       Topic: Emotional Support, Mental Health, Remote Work
    Provided by: McDonald Center for Student Well-being (McWell)
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Support/Resources for Community Engagement during Pandemic

    Resources to support community engagement during the covid crisis.

    574-631-5293

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Community, Connection
    Provided by: Center for Social Concerns
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • TAO Self-Help

    Tools and information organized into self-help programs with videos and exercises to help you learn cognitive-behavioral (CBT) and mindfulness-based skills. Designed for students but helpful for all

    574-631-7336

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Mental Health, Planning Under Uncertainty, Self-care
    Provided by: University Counseling Center
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Target your productivity: tools and tips to develop skill sets and keep you moving forward

    Join this overview and conversation to learn about your own needs for maintaining and improving your focus and productivity, assess your level of productivity and overview tools to help.

    gradsch@nd.edu | (574) 631-7544

    Type: Workshops       Topic: Planning Under Uncertainty, Productivity
    Provided by: Graduate School Professional Development
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • The discomfort you are feeling is grief

    Article from Harvard Business Review

    Type: Articles       Topic: Grief, Stress and Anxiety
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • The Impact of COVID-19 on College Student Well Being

    Resource to understand the impact of covid-19 on college student well-being.

    Type: Resource       Topic: Emotional Support, Mental Health
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • The Mind Trails Project (University of Virginia/NIMH)

    A free evidence-based program to help people think differently about situations that make them feel anxious.

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Emotional Support, Resilience, Stress and Anxiety
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • The Power of Habits, Optimizing Our Minds for Sustained Change

    Session with ND Wellness Center Coaches.

    Type: Resource       Topic: Resilience, Self-care
    Provided by: Notre Dame Wellness Center
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • The struggle is real: how to use it to get stronger

    You will learn about the fuel and barriers of motivation as well as an evidence-based approach to attack goals by removing obstacles so you are set up for success.

    gradsch@nd.edu | (574) 631-7544

    Type: Workshops       Topic: Planning Under Uncertainty
    Provided by: Graduate School Professional Development
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • THRIVE! Inspiritng ND Women

    An employee resource group focused on increasing opportunities for women to be recruited, retained, and advanced as leaders at the University of Notre Dame.

    askhr@nd.edu | 574-631-5900

    Type: Support Groups       Topic: Community, Connection
    Provided by: Human Resources
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • Thriving Campus - search engine for local therapist

    The Thriving Campus platform provides information about community mental health providers, services they provide, insurances they accept, and their contact information.

    574-631-7336

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Community, Emotional Support, Equity and Covid-19
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Time Management Worksheet

    Worksheet on time management skills and how to be productive (pdf).

    mcwell@nd.edu | 574-631-7970

    Type: Articles       Topic: Productivity
    Provided by: McDonald Center for Student Well-being (McWell)
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Tips for staying mentally well while working from home

    From activeminds.org

    Type: Articles       Topic: Remote Work
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • UCC Drop-in Workshops, Therapy Groups, Tele-Mental health

    Resource landing page for current COVID-related resources offered by the University Counseling Center (for students)

    574-631-7336

    Type: Resource       Topic: Emotional Support, Mental Health, Self-care
    Provided by: University Counseling Center
    Available for: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

  • Well-Being and Building Resilience

    Wellness Center Workshops and Virtual Presentations

    574-631-2369

    Type: Workshops       Topic: Resilience
    Provided by: Notre Dame Wellness Center
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • Well-Being for Life

    Well-being resources and opportunities organized around the eight categories of well-being.

    askhr@nd.edu | 574-631-5900

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Balance
    Provided by: Human Resources
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • Well-being Resources

    This toolkit provides information about resources to enhance and support your medical, emotional, physical, financial, and spiritual well-being, available as part of your comprehensive benefits.

    askhr@nd.edu | 574-631-5900

    Type: Toolkit       Topic: Emotional Support, Financial Concerns, Stress and Anxiety
    Provided by: Human Resources
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • Wellness and Resilience

    Videos on wellness and resilience by NIH Office of Intramural Training and Education.

    Type: Resource       Topic: Emotional Support, Resilience, Self-care
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Wellness Center Covid Resources

    Emotional well-being resouces, coaching, and programs.

    Type: Resource       Topic: Emotional Support, Mental Health, Stress and Anxiety
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • What to expect and how to cope with social distancing

    from the American Psychological Association

    Type: Articles       Topic: Community, Connection, Remote Work
    Available for: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students

  • Wholehearted Living

    Wellness Center Workshops and Virtual Presentations

    574-631-2367

    Type: Workshops       Topic: Balance, Self-care
    Provided by: Notre Dame Wellness Center
    Available for: Faculty, Staff

  • Young Leaders of Notre Dame

    An employee resource group created to connect and support young professionals in their careers through networking, social opportunities, professional development and community engagement.

    askhr@nd.edu | 574-631-5900

    Type: Support Groups       Topic: Community, Connection
    Provided by: Human Resources
    Available for: Faculty, Staff