Resources on Mental Health

Each year the month of May is set aside for Mental Health Awareness. A month dedicated to resourcing individuals and communities about the importance of taking care of ones mental health and providing opportunities to get help. At Woodside, we want to join in the continued conversation surrounding mental health and provide Godly resources to help those in our church family and beyond.

Our Woodside Staff has put together a resource list for you filled with books, blogs written by staff and counselors, episodes of The Link centering around mental health conversations, and online resources for you to utilize. If you or a loved one are struggling or are looking for professional help, please contact us and one of our Campus Pastors would love to meet you, talk with you, and connect you with a mental health professional. To contact us, click here.

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Unshakable You — by John Opalewski

Grace for the Afflicted — by Matthew Stanford

Winning the War in Your Mind — by Craig Groeschel

Rhythms of Renewal — by Rebekah Lyons

Boundaries — by Dr. Henry Cloud & Dr. John Townsend


“The Battle of the Mind” — by Ravae Wilson, PhD

“Anxiety & The Kingdom of God” — by C.T. Eldridge

“How to Begin Breaking Down the Stigma of Mental Health” — by Makayla Czeder

“There is No Fear in Love” — by Tim Holdridge

“7 Practical Ways to Manage Your Anxiety during this Holiday Season” — by Christy Schmidt, LPC
[although a holiday themed blog, the steps are practical for every season]


The Link — Finding Hope and Healing in Your Hurt

The Link — Anxiety: Naming It & Coping With It

The Link — A Conversation on Mental Health

Kay Warren’s Hope for the Mental Health Community 


APA Quick Reference Guide for Mental Health 

Grace Alliance

Suicide Hotline