Campus Community Police Service
- Emergency: Call 911
- Non-emergencies or inquiries:
London Crisis Response Line
Call 24/7 for phone crisis response
An anxiety disorder differs from normal anxiety in that the anxiety experienced: is more severe or intense. is long-lasting, interferes with the person’s ability to function at work, school, in relationships and it occurs when a person is not in a state of danger, in other words, the anxiety that the person experiences doesn’t match the situation. Some individuals experience generalized anxiety while others may have specific phobias. Anxiety disorders may also emerge after a traumatic event.
There are many different effective treatments for anxiety. Everyone responds to treatment differently so some of these may work better than others. Treatment options include:
Presentations lasting from 1.5 – 2 hours on a variety of topics including stress and anxiety
Groups include: Managing Anxiety and Stress Group, Public Speaking Anxiety Group, Social Anxiety Group and more
Art Therapy Workshops for students looking for an outlet for anxiety and stress, offered through USC in partnership with a registered art therapist. The workshops occur in eight weekly sessions and incorporate many different art forms, including drawing, painting, clay, and fabric art. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.