Students can download WellTrack on their cell phones from the App Store or Google Play. WellTrack is licensed by the UO, so students will create their confidential accounts using their Duck ID.
Online assessment: Evaluate and track your levels of stress, anxiety and depression
MoodCheck: For instant feedback on daily moods
Self-help focus: For training and practicing on your own
Video chat ability: For quick check-ins or remote counseling sessions
Customizable resources: For access to everything you need on campus all in one place
Personal data tracking: Choose to grant permission for your therapist to track your progress
Nod is not a social media app, but rather encourages students to achieve social goals in real life, which in turn enables them to form and maintain relationships. Nod addresses college student loneliness and depression, bolstering social connection, and supporting mental health on campus by prompting users to interact with people in various ways they may not think of on their own, such as questions to ask that spur conversations. There are also brief in-app exercises to help users track their moods, reduce self-criticism and build resilience.
Students can download Nod on their cell phones from the App Store or Google Play. Nod is licensed by the UO, so students will create their confidential accounts using their Duck ID.
Ideas: Prompts based on the science of social connection that help students make small, achievable steps to build social connections
Reflections: Short in-app exercises that help students process social experiences, reduce self-criticism, and build resilience so they can keep progressing toward their social goals
Testimonials: Real student perspectives on social connection that reinforce the message that building connections takes time and effort
Research-backed: Taps into positive psychology and science of social connections to help students build important relationships as supported by UO professor Jennifer Pfeifer's study in 2019
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