Resource Bibliography

Resources for LGBTQ+ Christian students

Affirming Alum Collective. (2021). Resources

Codependency Resource

Beattie, M. (1992). Codependent no more: How to stop controlling others and start caring for yourself. (25th anniversary edition). Hazelden.

Resource for Overcoming Adversity

Brown, B. (2015). Rising strong. Spiegel & Grau.

Resource for Introverts & Highly Sensitive People

Cain, S. (2013). Quiet: The power of introverts in a world that can’t stop talking. Broadway Books.

Interpersonal Skills & Assertiveness

Dietz, L. (2012). Interpersonal effectiveness. DBT Self Help.

Meditation for People with ADHD

Heal With You. (2020, November 13). Guided meditation for ADHD [Video]. YouTube.

Resource for Depression

Hendel, H. J. (2018). It’s not always depression: Working the change triangle to listen to the body, discover core emotions, and connect to your authentic self. Spiegel & Grau.

Resources for Trans* and Gender-Non Conforming Folx

National Center for Transgender Equality. (2021). Additional help

Exercises & Meditations for Self-Compassion

Neff, K. (2021). Self-compassion guided meditations and exercises. Self-Compassion, Kristin Neff.

Self Care & Resources for Neurodivergent People

Neurodiversity Network. (2021). Neurodivergent self care

Grounding Activities for Panic, Anxiety, & Intense Emotions

Schmidt, L. (2017, April 18). Six different types of grounding exercises for anxiety and intense emotions. The Growlery.

Resource for Boundaries

Tawwab, N. G. (2021). Set boundaries, find peace: A guide to reclaiming yourself. Tarcher Perigee.

Understanding Psychological Flexibility

Tedx Talks. (2016, February 22). TedxUniversity of Nevada – Steven Hayes: Psychological flexibility: How love turns pain into purpose [Video]. YouTube.  

"Leaves on a Stream" guided meditation for mindfulness, worry, and obsessive thoughts

Therapy in a Nutshell. (2019, June 20). Leaves on a stream ACT – stop overthinking – anxiety skill #30 [Video]. YouTube.

Understanding Trauma, PTSD, and C-PTSD

Van der Kolk, B. (2014). The body keeps the score: Brain, mind, and body in the healing of trauma. Penguin.


Career Counseling, Information, Assessment, & Resources

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a tool for understanding and categorizing personality archetypes. It is based on the following main factors: Introversion/Extroversion, Intuition/Sensing, Feeling/Thinking, and Judging/Perceiving.

A career genogram is your family tree traced back to your grandparents that examines the careers that each member pursued.

Consider the time and energy dedicated to each area of your life to find balance.

John Holland’s Self-Directed Search® (SDS®) is a career assessment and exploration tool that matches your aspirations, activities, and talents to the career choices and educational opportunities that fit you best.

These cards each contain words describing values that are important to some people. In this activity, you will sort these cards into five different piles depending on how important each one is to you.

A Life-Career Rainbow is presented as a means of helping conceptualize multidimensional careers, the temporal involvement in, and the emotional commitment to, each role.

The Career AIM Assessment applies Integrative Life Planning theory to identify aspirations and beliefs related to financial, spiritual, occupational, social, community, family, educational, personal, emotional, and physical aspects of life.

The Career Construction Interview (CCI) is a qualitative assessment method that forms a central component of career construction counseling.

Offers information on the hundreds of occupations that comprise the majority of jobs in the United States.

Provides latest statistics on employment rates, growing employment areas, and productivity.

O*NET Online has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers.

Learn about careers, find career information, and locate career resources and advice.

Thousands of career videos to help you find your dream job.

Review information on federally funded financial loans and complete the FAFSA.

Read reviews about potential employers from previous and current employees.