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Emotional well-being involves being attuned to one's feelings and having the capacity to communicate emotions in a positive manner. It encompasses a feeling of contentment and success in life, including self-acceptance, self-awareness, self-regard, and a hopeful outlook.

  • Northeast State has licensed counselors on staff who can help you focus on your emotional well-being, work through challenges, and set goals to develop new habits and/or attitudes. Come by Counseling Services to see us!
  • Do you find yourself overwhelmed or needing a quiet space to think? Come visit our Calm Room, located in Room C of the General Studies Building. We also have a Virtual Calm Room if you’re unable to visit in person.
  • Apps like Calm, Headspace, and Insight Timer offer guided meditations, mindfulness exercises, and self-care practices that can contribute to self-acceptance and emotional well-being.

If you have a medical emergency on campus (asthma attack, allergic reaction, laceration, burn, acute vomiting, diarrhea, urinary tract infection, fever > 102 degrees, acute mental health problem, or sexual violence), please call the Northeast State Police Department at 423.677.7927 or 911.

Emotional Wellness Resource Videos

Cultivating Emotional Resilience

Building Healthy Relationships

Managing Stress in Daily Life

Creativity as a Tool

The Role of Gratitude

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Northeast State Community College, a Tennessee Board of Regents institution, is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution. For questions or concerns, please contact the Affirmative Action Officer.