Additional Health & Wellness Resources
American Bar Association Lawyer Assistance Program
Provides an excellent list of resources for various mental health struggles.
Provides support and resources specific to law students for wellness & mental health.
Substance Abuse Help
Provides a list of resources to help with substance abuse including alcohol usage.
Suicide Help Line
The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
UCLA’s Guided Meditation Program
Provides an introduction to meditation that you can practice on your own.
VA Lawyers Helping Lawyers
Offers a wide range of free and confidential services over the phone.
WebMD’s Stress Management Center
Provides ample resources and suggestions for stress management.
A peer-based confidential, welcoming and inclusive resource center fo those impacted by sexual violence and harassment, relationship base and intimate-partner violence, stalking and other gender-based discrimination (Campus Center 166) / 757-221-2449.
W&M Sexual Violence Website
Learn about prevention, response protocols and support services for sexual harassment, sexual violence, and other sexual misconduct, including non-consensual sexual intercourse and other forms of sexual assault, sexual exploitation, stalking, and relationship violence.
Find information about a wide variety of resources available at William & Mary, in the greater Williamsburg community, and online, including mental health concerns, other community and national resources, local psychiatrists and therapists, and self-help links. If you have any questions regarding resources found here, please contact the Dean’s Office.
Provides ample resources and suggestions for relaxation techniques.
Provides links to additional resources such as binge eating, sexual assault support, self-esteem concerns, international student connections, suicide prevention and more.
Provided are various links to supportive and self-help information. These are not intended to replace counseling, but to be used as an adjunct to it or as a resource for finding more information about issues that may be addressed in counseling.