Often people who have concerns will seek out counseling or talk with a parent, priest, clergyperson, or friend. Just as often, people will seek out information to help themselves. Research has shown that many people are highly satisfied by self-help information and have found that they have been able to improve their lives. Certainly, the self-help section in bookstores attest to that fact!
Mental Health Apps
Apps can be used to promote relaxation, build healthy habits, and better understand your mental health. While these are not substitutes for therapy, the apps below are ones you may find helpful.
Given that these are not maintained by Counseling & Psychological Services or the University of St. Thomas, this list is subject to change. Please follow the links to learn more about a particular app from its creator.