Online Self-Help Tools for Students

Online self-help tools made just for college students:

Tips & Tricks to Help with Your Self-Help. Learn our favorite tips for managing common challenges college students face, like depression, anxiety, and eating disorders.

CAPS Self-Help Videos and Presentations: videos and presentations for worrying, finding balance in school, beating social anxiety, test anxiety, living a happier life, and managing stress in grad school

WellTrack Interactive Self-Help Therapy (create a free account with your UA email and password)

TAO Connect Self-Help: tools to help with stress, anxiety, relationship problems, anger management, problem solving, communication, or evaluating your alcohol and drug use - without a counseling appointment.

Find out more in this video from TAO:

Stressbusters Chill Now videos

Free apps for Android or iPhone:

Stressbusters Wellness, U of A Edition: audio tracks, relaxation, meditation, events.

Headspace: Meditation and Mindfulness Made Simple

Stop, Breath & Think: 5 minutes to peace

Calm Harm: manage the urge to self harm

Mood Tools: Quick depression test, mood diary, and suicide safety planning.

Ipnos relaxation and sleep tools: relaxation melodies, relaxation meditation, relaxing yoga music, wake-up and sleep-aid clock app

Omvana by Mindvalley: 500+ transformational audios for body, mind, lifestyle, productivity, relationships, hypnosis

In the Moment Mindful Eating app

More online tools & tips:

Online Self-Help Tools and Apps

Take a Mental Health Screening

Help with Internet Addiction

Coping With a Disaster or Trauma

SMART Recovery for Addictions