Resources and Screenings
Check these out for more information about wellnes and mental health.
Are you concerned about yourself?
- Free, anonymous online screenings for depression, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and eating disorders
- Information about gambling , including free, anonymous screening and help for gambling problems
- Information and screening for problems related to sexual compulsivity
Want to learn more about mental health?
- Ask Alice
- Mental Health and Drug Information
- DUKE Diagnosis
- Read More
The Centre for Clinical Interventions provides detailed information about a variety of mental health topics, including coping with depression, panic attacks and perfectionism.
Upstate's Student Counseling Service offers this video on recognizing and responding to anxiety in your own patients.
Wondering if you might have a problem with substance use?
Alcoholics Anonymous offers a peer-led support group program for individuals struggling with alcohol abuse. They also offer an open group specifically for physicians and physicians-in-training in the Syracuse area. This group meets at 10:30 a.m. on the first and third Saturdays of the month at Syracuse Community Health Center .
Want to learn more about wellness and stress management?
THRIVE is Student Counseling's monthly e-zine for students, faculty, and staff. Each issue focuses on a special wellness topic and provides reflections and practical suggestions to incorporate into your life.
Pathways to Wellness provides programming, education, and resources to students and employees of Upstate to promote a culture of health and wellness. Contact Upstate's Wellness Coordinator, Suzanne Brisk, MS, CWP (464-4260), for more information.
Are you a married and/or parenting medical student? Check these out!
Medical Marriages by Gabbard, G.& Menninger, R. (1988). American Psychiatric Publishing.
Doctors' Marriages: A Look a The Problems and Their Solutions by Myers, M. (1994). Springer.
The Medical Marriage: Sustaining Healthy Relationships for Physicians and Their Families by Sotile W. & Sotile, M. (2000). American Medical Association Press.