Aviation Mental Health Symposium
The 2023 Aviation Mental Health Symposium will be hosted by Middle Tennessee State University on November 1-2 at the MTSU campus in Murfreesboro, TN. The symposium is free to attend and open to students, educators, mental health/medical professionals, and other members of the industry.
Want to Attend? Register
Want to Present? Submit Abstract
Want to Support? Give
What is R.A.M.P
R.A.M.P, or the Resiliency and Mindfulness Program, was created to help aerospace students take control of their mental health. R.A.M.P seeks to accomplish this task by providing community, advocacy, support, and education to the students, faculty, staff, and flight instructors of the Aerospace Department. The mission of R.A.M.P is to provide a supportive environment for students and increase opportunities for students to find appropriate helping agencies and community support when faced with troubling issues.
R.A.M.P consists of faculty, staff, students, mental health, and medical professionals. If you have more questions about R.A.M.P please reach our to the Aerospace Student Wellness Coordinator, Harley Waters: Harley.Waters@mtsu.edu.
University Counseling Center
The mission of Counseling Services is to support and empower students in their pursuit of academic and personal success by providing quality care in a timely and ethical manner. As a staff of licensed mental health professionals, they embrace all forms of diversity and offer students a safe place to be heard, valued, and accepted.
The University Counseling Center does NOT diagnose.
Counseling Services is located at KUC 326-S and can be reached at 615-898-2670. Their office hours are Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm.
Learn more about the FREE resources offered to students here.
Text or Call 988 for the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
Call 988 then press 1 for the Veteran Crisis Line
Call 866-488-7386 for The Trevor Project
What Does the FAA Say?
Peer Mentorship Program
Join the Mentorship Program to connect with with other aerospace students. Navigate the college experience with others by your side.
Who makes a good mentor?
Free Mental Wellness App
Therapy Assistance Online – TAO
Therapy Assistance Online (TAO), is a free self-help resource available to all MTSU students, faculty, and staff. TAO is a self-paced interactive web-based program that provides guided activities to help overcome anxiety, depression, and other common concerns.
To learn more about TAO, visit this website.
Use your mtmail address to create a free and private account here.
Mindfulness can be a helpful practice when processing feelings and stressors. Learn more about it here.
Check out the Calm YouTube page for daily meditations and mindfulness tips here.
Check out the Headspace YouTube page for guided mindfulness practices here.
Workshops and Events
We encourage our students to take advantage of these workshops and events throughout the semester to gain coping skills and best wellness practices.
Self-Compassion Through Mindfulness
Learn how mindfulness and self-compassion can help you. Learn more here.
Learn how to live your best life by gaining skills on how to Love, Inspire, Fulfill, and Encourage (L.I.F.E). Learn more here.
Use this confidential drop-in service speak to a counselor about information, resources, and support. Available Monday-Friday, 2pm-4pm in SUB 216. Learn more here.
Knowledge is power. Learn more about student wellness, coping skills, the resources available to you.