Online Self-Help Tools for Students

TAO Connect FREE Self-Help Program for Students

Tools to help with stress, anxiety, relationship problems, anger management, problem solving, communication, or evaluating your alcohol and drug use - without a counseling appointment.

Enroll in TAO PATHWAYS for free and enter the enrollment key: CAPS-Cares-520

Find out more in this video from TAO:

Tips, Tricks, and Videos From CAPS and Campus Health: 

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)

Stressbusters Chill Now videos

Free Apps for Android or iPhone:

Calm Harm App manage the urge to self harm

Mood Fit App Fitness for your mental health, including tools for tracking your mood, challenging negative thinking, positive reminders, and more.

Headspace App Meditation and Mindfulness Made Simple

In the Moment Mindful Eating app

Mood Tools App 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

Shine App Inclusive meditations, diverse community, personalized affirmations, and gratitude journaling.

Stop, Breath & Think: 5 minutes to peace

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

 

More Online Tips & Tools for Your Self-Help:

Greater Good in Action Science-based practices for a happy, meaningful life.

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