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Racial Trauma and COVID Resources

A collection of resources compiled by the Counseling Center about Racial Trauma, Racial Violence, & Antiracism for use by the Texas State university community.

The Counseling Center's tips and resources for coping with COVID-19, recognizing this pandemic can bring about uncertainty, fear, and increased anxiety.

If you are in immediate danger, call 911.
If you are not in immediate danger the Counseling Center provides a list of crisis resources.

Mindfulness on the Go

Using your smart phone is a great way to support good mental health. Try any of these suggested apps that touch on a wide range of mental health topics and are designed to enhance one’s well-being and help better manage the ups and downs of campus life.

Check out the Counseling Center's Relaxation and Meditation YouTube Channel.

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Counseling Center

RT @txst: During #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth, we’d like to break the stigmas surrounding mental health. At #TXST, we hope all Bobcats can b…

Student Health Center

All Bobcats are eligible to use our services at our three locations! Our main clinic is on the San Marcos Campus ac…

Texas State Official

RT @TXSTPresident: Congratulations to Dr. David Lemke, professor in the Dept. of Biology, for being named a Piper Professor for 2022 by the…