Self-Help Apps and Websites

Self-Help Apps

Anxiety- Clear Fear App

Clear Fear is an app developed for teens and young adults with anxiety that uses the evidence-based treatment CBT to focus on learning to reduce the physical responses to threat by learning to breathe, relax and be mindful as well as changing thoughts and behaviors and releasing emotionsYou can personalize the app if you so wish and you will be able to track your progress and notice change. Please note the app is an aid in treatment but does not replace it.



myStrength App

myStrength is an evidence-based self-help resource that is available 24/7, is private and confidential, and provides quality information and inspiration on a variety of different conditions/topic areas, such as stress management, depression, anxiety, substance use disorders, chronic pain, sleep disturbance issues, COVID-19 coping, and more. Note: use code "MOcommunity" when signing up.




Sanvello is an app designed to help users manage stress, anxiety, depression, and to build resiliency. S&T community members can access the premium app for free when creating an account using a university ( email.



Self Harm- Calm Harm App

Calm Harm is an award-winning app developed for teens and young adults that provides tasks to help you resist or manage the urge to self-harm. You can make it private by setting a password, and personalize the app if you so wish. You will be able to track your progress and notice change. Please note the app is an aid in treatment but does not replace it.



Self-Help Websites

Health and Well-Being Canvas Course

The Health and Well-Being Canvas Course houses various trainings and programs offered by campus health and well-being departments. One featured program is the Miner Well-Being Certification Program, a semester-long certification where participants can engage with campus-wide services and initiatives and develop skills that contribute to personal well-being and student success. Other features of the course are CBT 101 training and videos, nutrition videos, are more. Students can enroll in the course at any time for free with no penalties for joining.



Psychology Today

The Psychology Today website is a great first step in looking for an off-campus mental health professional,  featuring therapy and health professionals directories where you can filter by insurance, location, and even  “issues”. The website also features hundreds of blogs written by a wide variety of psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, medical doctors, anthropologists, sociologists, and science journalists.