The EKU Counseling Center is available by phone (859-622-1303) Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. If you need to speak with a clinician, call EKUCC (859-622-1303) between 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Monday-Friday to speak by phone with the clinician on call. More information is available at https://counselingcenter.eku.edu/ekucc-pandemic-services-coping-during-covid-19.
The Counseling Center has also provided a guide to Mental Health Resources for Coping During COVID-19.
Be patient with yourselves and others, especially during these times of transition.
- Things will change during the upcoming weeks. Be flexible and try to remain empathetic, as everyone is struggling in their own ways during these uncertain times.
Practice good sleeping habits!
- Sleep is so incredibly important for all human functions, but it plays specific roles in consolidating memories (helping you remember information).
- Try going to bed and getting up at the same time every day.
- Avoid using technology before bed; the light from devices affect your brain’s ability to “shut off.”
- Limit caffeine, alcohol consumption, nicotine, and large meals at night.