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Mental Health Resources - Engage

Develop your mental health toolkit with apps and other online tools.

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Mental Health Apps

headspace app iconHeadspace

Science-backed meditation and mindfulness tools to help you create life-changing habits to support your mental health and find a healthier, happier you.

calm app iconCalm

Calm helps to lower stress, lessen anxiety, and to create more restful sleep with guided meditations, sleep stories, breathing programs, masterclasses, and relaxing music.

ichill app iconiChill

Are you stressed out, not feeling like yourself, or worried about a family member? iChill can help by guiding you in the use of the Community Resiliency Model, a set of wellness skills.

circles app logoCircles

Never feel alone during life’s greatest challenges. Discover communities that want to talk about it too. Drop-in to live conversations and share thoughts, ask questions, or learn from others on the same journey.

sam app iconSAM

Self-help for Anxiety Management (SAM) is a friendly app that offers a range of self-help methods for people who are serious about learning to manage their anxiety.

insight app iconInsight Timer

Insight Timer helps calm the mind, reduce anxiety, manage stress, sleep deeply and improve happiness.

superbetter app iconSuperBetter

SuperBetter increases resilience - the ability to stay strong, motivated and optimistic even in the face of difficult obstacles.

Developing a Self-Care Plan

Self-Care Starter Kit℠

A guide into the journey that goes into developing the tools of self-care, developed by the UB School of Social Work students.

Sleep 101

An award-winning sleep education program, developed by Healthy Hours and Brigham & Women’s Hospital, which includes videos of top sleep specialists, interactive activities/games, and practical tips on how to improve sleep quality.

Mental Health Assessment

The UNF Counseling Center offers an anonymous online screening program that can assess for a variety of mental health issues.

Exercise is Medicine - Physical Activity Counseling

Exercise is Medicine, managed by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), is a global health initiative to make physical activity assessment and promotion a standard in clinical care, schedule an appointment with a UNFCC counselor to find out if you qualify for an on-campus research study.