Learn to Live

We’ve all experienced stress and worry. But if it’s starting to feel like too much, we’ve got tools to help you understand what you’re going through. 

Explore our confidential online programs today. Taking that first step is easier than you think. learntolive.com/partners and enter GUSTAVUS.

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Learn to Live offers customized online programs to help with issues surrounding Depression, Social Anxiety, Insomnia, Substance Use, and Stress, Anxiety, & Worry. These programs are based on the proven principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). The programs are confidential, accessible anywhere, and based on years of research showing online CBT programs to be as effective as face-to-face therapy.

This service is available FREE to all Gustavus students. You can learn more by going to https://learntolive.com/partners and enter the code GUSTAVUS. Not sure if this program is right for you? Go to the website and take the free, confidential online assessment to find out.

Gustavus employees and eligible family members can also access this service. The registration code for employees and family members is BLUE4.

Access to Learn to Live Webinars can be found here.

April Topics and Events:

See these information sheets on alcohol awareness month and strengthening your emotional health during overwhelming times.

Live Webinars:

Title: Retrain your brain: the case for gratitude

Description: May is Mental Health Month and we challenge you to make your emotional wellbeing a priority. Research shows that strengthening the gratitude muscle can lower stress and improve mood… and building this muscle actually feels good! Join Dr. Russ and Coach Jess as they explore ways to strengthen your gratitude muscle and retrain your brain with practical ideas for every day.

When registering, please use the access code GUSTAVUS. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email from Zoom containing information about joining the webinar.

We hope to see you there!


Learn to Live is available to students through the generous support of the Coca-Cola Grant. Sponsored by Health Service, Counseling Center, and Dean of Students Office.