Managing Stress: Campus Resources

Consider learning time management techniques. For help with time management, contact the Division of Academic Enhancement, 706-542-5436.
Symptoms of anxiety can include shortness of breath, dizziness, and heart palpitations. Depression symptoms can include lethargy, lack of interest in usual activities, and changes in eating habits. There are other symptoms, too. If you have some or all of these, see the clinician of the day, Counseling and Psychiatric Services. (CAPS), 706-542-2273.
Make appointments with your instructors and advisors. Also, contact the Division of Academic Enhancement, 706-542-5436.
Counseling is available through Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS), 706-542-2273Center for Counseling and Personal Evaluation, Aderhold Hall, 706-542-8508Psychology Clinic, Psychology Building, 706-542-1173ASPIRE Clinic, McPhaul Child & Family Development Center, 706-542-4486. Call 706-542-SAFE for confidential information and consultation on relationship abuse.
Talk to your Resident Assistant or contact the UGA Housing Department: 706-542-1421.
Physical pain such as TMJ or other facial pain, stomachaches, headaches, backaches. Contact your Medical TeamDental Clinic (706-542-8700), or Massage Therapy (706-542-8634).
Make appointment with nutritionist, Health Promotion Department, 706-542-8690. If you are on a UGA meal plan you may also contact Food Service’s Registered Dietician at 706-542-7313.
Free smoking cessation program, 706-542-8666 or 706-542-8690. Alcohol/Other drugs: Visit Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS), 706-542-2273, to arrange an A&D evaluation or visit the Health Promotion Department for education and counseling for alcohol and other drug issues, 706-542-8690.
Have a thorough physical evaluation with your Medical Team, and then, if appropriate, referral to Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS), 706-542-2273.
Check with Physical Therapy and Massage Therapy for relaxation classes & massage therapy services (706-542-8634). Exercise CAN help; yoga classes are available at the Ramsey Center and in the community.