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Racial Trauma and COVID Resources

A collection of resources compiled by the Counseling Center about Racial Trauma, Racial Violence, & Antiracism for use by the Texas State university community.

The Counseling Center's tips and resources for coping with COVID-19, recognizing this pandemic can bring about uncertainty, fear, and increased anxiety.


If you are in immediate danger, call 911.
If you are not in immediate danger the Counseling Center provides a list of crisis resources.



Mindfulness on the Go

Using your smart phone is a great way to support good mental health. Try any of these suggested apps that touch on a wide range of mental health topics and are designed to enhance one’s well-being and help better manage the ups and downs of campus life.

Check out the Counseling Center's Relaxation and Meditation YouTube Channel.


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Counseling Center

Hi friends!!! A reminder that we will be talking about Learning to Manage Your Stress today!!! Join in person or on… https://t.co/pCohYMfvqi
2022-10-05T14:47:12Z

Student Health Center

The TXST Round Rock campus will have flu shots available for all students, faculty, and staff on Thursday, October… https://t.co/I6d0AkEzxe
2022-10-04T19:06:02Z

Texas State Official

See you in the stands, Cats! Catch @TXStateSoccer vs @JMUWSoccer tomorrow at the Bobcat Soccer Complex. Schedule in… https://t.co/Mnla96eqIE
2022-10-05T19:01:54Z