Emotional well-being is being aware of and accepting of your feelings and being able to manage your emotions in a constructive and supportive way, and having the tools and resources needed to navigate life's challenges.
Your Dartmouth College Faculty/Employee Assistance Program, in partnership with GuidanceResources, gives you and your family members confidential support, resources and information for personal and work-life issues. These services are provided at no charge to you.
The Wellness at Dartmouth office offers free live and pre-recorded webinars covering a variety of topics to help support your emotional well-being.
If you are a patient of Dartmouth Health Connect, you have access to a Behavioral Health Specialist as part of your care team.
The Tucker Center provides pastoral counseling, free mindfulness sessions and provides access to a walking labyrinth as well as prayer and meditation rooms.
Cigna: Telehealth & Virtual Care Options
If you are enrolled on a Cigna medical plan through Dartmouth College, there are a variety of virtual emotional well-being resources available to you.
- MDLive telehealth services offers care for minor medical and behavioral/mental health care. Watch this short video to learn more. MDLive provides access to medical and behavioral/mental health 24/7/365 - even on weekends and holidays. Connect with quality board-certified doctors and pediatricians, as well as licensed counselors and psychiatrists anywhere via video or phone.
- TalkSpace is an online therapy platform for you to connect with a licensed behavioral therapist via text, video and voice.
- iPrevail - Learn how to boost your mood and improve mental health with on-demand coaching 24/7. After completing a brief assessment, you receive a program tailored to your needs that includes interactive lessons and tools. You get access to a peer coach who is matched based on your symptoms. You can also join support communities focused on stress, anxiety, depression and more.
- Happify - Everyday stressors can impact your relationships, work, health and emotional well-being. But you can change your outlook – and the way you see the world – with Happify. Happify’s activities and games are designed to help you overcome life’s challenges and can be accessed at any time.
Looking to meet with a local provider? Cigna has a comprehensive network of behavioral health providers. Visit mycigna.com or call the number on your ID card to find a provider near you. Plus, if the provider is also in Cigna's EAP network, you can receive three face-to-face sessions per issue per year at no out of pocket cost (you need to retrieve an authorization code from myCigna before your first appointment - after logging in to mycigna.com, hover over 'Coverage' and select 'Employee Assistance Program' then click on 'EAP Counselor' in the 'Emotional Health & Family Support' section, and select 'Get an EAP code' or call Cigna to obtain your EAP code. Please note: Cigna's EAP network is completely separate from Dartmouth's Faculty/Employee Assistance Program network and does not provide the same benefits.
Additional Support Resources
For additional support resources to help you cope during the COVID-19 pandemic, visit our Coping Resources webpage.