Mental Health


ThrivingCampus is a nationwide online directory that helps SJSU students access off-campus mental health care more easily.

Peers in PRIDE

Why navigate SJSU alone when a Peer Mentor can help? Peers in PRIDE is a free mentorship program designed to bridge the gap for incoming LGBTQI students. We provide individual support and resources to undergraduate, graduate, and non-traditional students.

Would you like to:

  • Get connected to the LGBTQI Community at SJSU?
  • Get confidential support?
  • Get linked to resources available to you?
  • Make new friends?

For questions or to request more information, contact Stephanie Preston at or drop by the PRIDE Center. 


C.A.L.M. (Calming Anxiety, Living Mindfully) is a program designed at SJSU to help you effectively manage anxiety. This includes reducing anxiety-related limitations and suffering, and increasing awareness and self-compassion. The workshop is offered every semester and the C.A.L.M. manual can be used as a resource to read through to learn more about helpful facts, concepts, and skills.

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Additional Resources

Mindfulness Mediation

UCLA's Mindful Meditation App

Coping with anxiety

Mayo Clinic: Anxiety Disorders

National Institute of Mental Health: Anxiety Disorders's guide to coping with COVID-19