Self Care Resources 

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Social supports

When to Get Help



Journal Prompts

Self Love Workout Tracker

YouTube resources


Health and Wellness links

Reading Comic Book

"In Between Time, In the Mean time"



Bibliotherapy is a therapeutic approach employing books and other forms of literature, typically alongside more traditional therapy modalities, to support a patient’s mental health. Though the books recommended by therapists can encompass any genre or theme—from philosophy to memoir to self-help—bibliotherapists typically make use of fiction.

Reading specific pieces of literature and talking about them with a therapist (or in a group therapy setting) is thought to help patients understand perspectives other than their own, make sense of a difficult past or upsetting symptoms, or experience feelings of hope, contentment, and empathy. More generally, reading is also thought to improve self-esteem, self-awareness, and feelings of self-efficacy.



Biblio-Therapy Book of the Quarter

Elizabeth Gilbert


Media Resources to Consume 

Looking at Art

For The Creative


Ecological, Economic and Global Justice

Natural Beauty

Celebrating All Bodies, Abilities, and Neurodiversity

Love is Love

Love, Sex, Pleasure, Gender, Sexuality and LGBTQIA+ Equity


Decolonization, Intersectionality, Racial Justice & Liberation