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Loyola University Chicago School of Law Wellbeing and Support Resources Page
In partnership with the staff and faculty at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, the Student Services team has developed a Web page of wellbeing and support resources for Loyola Law students, including physical wellness resources, mental health resources, financial resources, spiritual resources, and diversity, equity, and inclusion resources.
The creators of this guide are not mental health experts or professionals. Information and links provided in this guide are meant to serve as examples and suggestions, and they are not specifically endorsed by the Loyola University, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Loyola University School of Law Library, or its affiliates. Please consult a physician or mental health professional for further assistance and information. If you need immediate assistance please contact the Loyola University Chicago Wellness Center.
Loyola University Chicago Wellness Center Resources
Loyola University Chicago Wellness Center
The Loyola University Chicago Wellness Center is "committed to helping students reach and maintain their optimal level of wellness by providing primary care, preventive services, and wellness programming specifically designed for our students."
A selection of wellness-related apps, including apps for mood management, relaxation, resilience, and mindfulness and meditation.
Wellness Center Mental Health Resources Page
Links to resources on various mental health topics, including group counseling, psychiatry, and self-assessment.
Wellness Center Mindfulness Resources
This page includes information on on-campus resources, Chicago-area resources, and links to mindfulness Web sites.
Wellness Center Toolkit for Staying Well and Connected during COVID-19
This Toolkit includes mental health resources and mindfulness tips for students who are in isolation or quarantine due to COVID-19