March 15, 2023
Achieving more, doing less helps maximize productivity
Psychology Today reports that mental health and productivity are closely related. For instance, mental health issues such as depression, anxiety and burnout can have negative effects on productivity, and ADHD can cause distractions, which can drastically reduce an individual’s productivity.
SupportLinc, provider of behavioral health services for the West Lafayette campus, focuses on maximizing productivity in its March feature titled “Achieve More, Do Less.” The feature includes a short “Increasing Productivity” video flash course and tips to help increase productivity.
Additionally, SupportLinc has a variety of other online resources, including:
- Staying Productive While Working From Home – flash course
- Meditation Helps Productivity – article
- Time Management Tips – article
- Tips to Improve the Way You Work – article
- 5 Surefire Ways to Kickstart Your Day – video
- Why Multitasking Is Bad for Your Health – video
- 6 Natural Ways to Fight Fatigue – video
Visit the SupportLinc website or app (available in the App Store and on Google Play), and log in to get started utilizing SupportLinc resources. First-time users will create an account by following steps provided.
ADDITIONAL MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
To assist faculty and staff
Faculty and staff can review the Mental Health Resources webpage for a variety of available resources, which support the behavioral health pillar of the Healthy Boiler Program, and information on Purdue’s health plan coverage for mental health and substance abuse.
To assist students
Faculty and staff who work with students or have a student at home can direct them to the resources below for behavioral health assistance. Note: United Healthcare Student Resources (UHCSR) — medical plan provider for students and graduate students — offers 292 unique mental health providers serving at various locations that are in-network with UHCSR within Tippecanoe County. The list is available here. Additionally, students have access to HealthiestYou, which provides virtual access to mental health care as part of UHCSR’s plan. All services are free for students covered under the UHCSR insurance plan.
- Continuous Network of Support
- Services and Information
- Presentations & Trainings
- Student of Concern Reporting Link
- Therapy Services at CAPS
- Self-help Resources
- Group Therapy
- CAPS YouTube channel
- NAMI On Campus – A free, virtual support group on campus
- Thriving Campus – Service that provides students a way to search for mental health providers in many areas, locally and across the country
- WellTrack – Interactive, self-help therapy app for students