Be Well Resources

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If you, or someone in your care, needs immediate mental health support or are struggling with suicidal thoughts, please contact the TCU Employee Assistance Program or the National Suicide Hotline.

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Emotional & Mental Well-Being

Many people are anxious about the uncertainty of what is happening with COVID-19. You and your dependents may need information or resources to help cope with stress and anxiety, stay emotionally well and prevent compassion fatigue. TCU’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP), managed by Magellan Ascend, provides confidential assistance and referrals 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year at no cost. Employees and dependents are eligible to receive up to five counseling sessions.

Thriving post-pandemic

Learn how languishing is impacting our ability to perform at our best.
We will share the steps to help ourselves — and our teams — get back to thriving.


Support your Mental Health During Challenging Times

In this learning path, learn science-based skills to support your mental health during challenging times.
These courses cover topics such as building resilience, minding your mind while working from home,
avoiding burnout, managing difficult feelings, and managing your emotions.


TCU’s Counseling & Mental Health center

Dear TCU Faculty & Staff – A Letter About Mental Health

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Stages of Grief



Coping with Grief

Physical Well-Being

Financial Security

Family Life

Staying Busy

Dealing with COVID-19: Tools for Helping Kids

Dealing with COVID-19: Tools for Caregivers

Preventing Abuse