Counseling Services Apps and Resources


With access to mental health resources easier than ever, we recommend a few apps to supplement your journey to improved mental health. For additional apps and professional reviews, check out the One Mind PsyberGuide. Welcome to the World of Calm. Live mindfully. Sleep better. Breathe deeper.
Circle of 6 Circle of 6 is for everyone.

It’s fast, easy-to-use and private. Originally designed for college students to prevent sexual violence, we also know it’s handy for teenagers, parents, friends, or all communities seeking to foster healthy relationships and safety.

Need help getting home? Need an interruption? Two taps lets your circle know where you are and how they can help. Circle of 6 app for iPhone and Android makes it quick and easy to reach the 6 people you choose.

It’s the mobile way to look out for each other on campus or when you’re out for the night. A simple tool to prevent violence before it happens.
Happyify Overcome negative thoughts, stress, and life’s challenges with science-based activities and games. Start your journey today!
Headspace Headspace is meditation made simple. Download the Headspace app and learn to meditate whenever you want, wherever you are, in just a few minutes a day.
Super Better More than three quarters of a million people have used SuperBetter so far to achieve personal growth and tackle real-life challenges - by increasing resilience. Resilience is the ability to stay strong, motivated and optimistic even in the face of difficult obstacles.
Uplifter Uplifter is a mobile app that makes it easy to improve your mood and take care of your emotional health.
Whats Up Mental Health App What's Up? is a free app to help with mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety and more.
Better Stop

Better Stop Suicide is an app designed to help you press your own stop button should suicidal thoughts come to you.

Better Stop Suicide has been designed to help tackle the growing problem of suicide, which takes the lives of over 800,000 people every year.

This is a free app using world-leading psychological techniques and technology to stop people from committing suicide.


Special Populations


  • 1000 Awesome Things--A site that reminds you of the simple pleasures that make life Awesome.
  • online resource for victims of sexual assault and sexual violence.
  • ULifeline--Mental health resources for college students.