Cecilia M. - Class of 2012, Military Veteran

Online Wellness Resources

Cecilia M. - Class of 2012, Military Veteran

Explore Free Online Self-Care Opportunities

Wellness takes many forms and can be worked on anywhere at any time. While Student Wellness would be happy to work with you one-on-one, we understand that life can get busy and self-paced resources can sometimes be a better fit.

If you are concerned about a friend or classmate, there are also many great resources through ULifeline to assist you in navigating how to best help. If the person of concern is a part of National University and you would like a staff member to follow up with them, please complete this form.


TimelyCare is a free virtual health and well-being program for active NU students. TimelyCare provides Scheduled Counseling regardless of where you live in the US, as well as, unlimited access to 24/7 mental health support through the TalkNow option, self-care videos (yoga, meditation, etc.), and more! Connect by entering your student email address at timelycare.com/nationaluniversity or download the TimelyCare app from your App Store.

  • TalkNow: 24/7, on-demand access to a mental health professional to talk in the moment about any difficulties you are facing. Remember: it doesn’t have to be a crisis!
  • Scheduled Counseling: Schedule time to speak with a licensed counselor via video or phone. Up to 12 sessions per year are available.


Register for your free account – use the pin: national. SilverCloud is available for free to all NU students and offers secure, immediate access to online CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) programs, tailored to your specific needs. SilverCloud offers the following program topics: depression, stress, and anxiety.

  • Stress: The Stress Management module helps you to identify and enhance existing strengths and skills, and build new ones. Topics include assertiveness, problem solving, self-esteem, communication and general stress management.
  • Depression: This program will help you to learn techniques to overcome and manage the symptoms of low mood and depression. Topics include tuning into mood, spotting thoughts and distorted thinking, challenging negative thoughts and more.
  • Anxiety: This program can help you to manage anxiety, challenge anxious thoughts and feel better. Topics include increasing awareness of moods and anxious thoughts, learning to face anxieties, developing coping skills and more.
  • Anxiety/Depression Comorbid: This program will help you learn techniques to manage anxiety and depression simultaneously by increasing your understanding of emotions, learning how to spot and challenge certain thoughts, and more.


ConcernCenter is a search engine that is designed to help you find both NU and community-based resources for a variety of concerns, regardless of where you live. This can be a great place to start if you want to learn about what services and supports might be available without the need to contact Student Wellness staff. You can search for your concern by typing it in, selecting a category, or checking the alphabetical listing of concerns. If you are not able to find resources that help, please reach out to the Student Wellness team ([email protected])! We can update our list of resources in your area and/or offer additional support as needed.

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