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UTHealthy Wellness Program, part of The Office of Employee Assistance Programs(EAP), is excited to introduce WellTrack

Stress, anxiety, and depression are common for university students, yet there are no mechanisms for students on-the-go to monitor their mental health status.

Ryerson students will soon have access to an online therapy tool to better manage their mental health. The program is called WellTrack.

The number of students seeking mental health services is growing five times faster than enrollment, Kelly Field reports for the Chronicle of Higher Education.

Rhode Island BAR Association
Nov 2016

Rhode Island Bar Association in partnership with Coastline EAP offers new affilition with WellTrack

University of Windsor
September 2016

Dr. Mohsan Beg & Faculty of Nursing students discuss their experience with WellTrack

University of Windsor
Sept 2016

Implemented at the University of Windsor in September, WellTrack is an app originally established in New Brunswick. The point of the app is to keep track of your mental health and suggest modules that you should watch based on the results of your tracking. So far, it has been well-received.
 

The Counseling Center would like to announce our newest on-line tool…WellTrack. Welltrack is a self-help program specifically designed for help with stress, anxiety, and depression.

WellTrack is meant to help users through computerized cognitive behavioural therapy. The platform tracks moods through diary entries and provides personalized therapy through an activity scheduler or relaxation exercises.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is adding a new tool to help with emerging concerns prior to the need for therapy, to add to the many therapeutic options currently offered.