These apps can help you weather the ups and downs of feelings and thoughts, and help you stress less.
You can learn about these apps by following the links below, and you can download them at:
- Apple’s App Store for IOS devices
- Google Play for Android devices
SilverCloud is a free online, self-guided, interactive mental health resource for U-M students, faculty and staff that provides cognitive behavioral interventions. It can help students manage day-to-day stresses and anxiety, improve resilience, learn skills to understand thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety
Stressbusters offers daily messages, videos, and calming audio tracks, sponsored by U-M Counseling and Psychological Services.
Calm.com - Central Student Government is offering 1000 free year-long subscriptions to Calm for 1000 U-M students. Soothing soundtracks and guided meditations.
Momentum - Daily inspiration, to-do lists, quotes, pictures for your new browser tab page
Simply Being - Guided meditation and soothing music or nature sounds
Headspace - Guided meditations for mindfulness, acceptance, stress, and more
Happify - Evidence-based exercises and a tracker for emotional well-being
The hEARt Line: Text 734-292-8006 for anonymous, empathetic peer support.
Mood Kit - Activities to improve and track moods plus a tool to help you check your thoughts
Pacifica - Tools for stress, anxiety, and depression and a supportive online community
Panic Relief Free - Guidance through fear, anxiety, and panic attacks
Insight Timer - Guided meditations and a supportive online community
SAM - Learn to understand and manage anxiety, anonymous participation in an online community
Crisis Text Line: Text HELLO to 741741 to connect with a trained Crisis Counselor, for any crisis big or small.
- Resources for Stress and Mental Health
- For a mental health emergency, see Emergency/After Hours