Wellness Self-help Resources
Well Track: Available to students at any time of day, from any location. WellTrack, features a wellness assessment that students can take one time or on an as-needed basis, to help them understand the activities associated with when they feel better and worse and to identify patterns in their daily activities and how they are feeling.
A virtual reality component in WellTrack simulates some of the more common phobias in modern society, such as public speaking. Coping tools on the site can be used to help students cope with distress.
Online Mental Health Screenings are anonymous screenings on several areas of mental health, including depression, anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder, substance use, posttraumatic stress disorder, eating disorder, and more.
Life Hacks are drop-in groups open to all students on a variety of wellness topics, such as managing stress, mindfulness, and coping with anxiety.
CAPS Chat provides informal, drop-in consultation for students with counselors from Penn State Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). Sessions are free and no appointment is necessary.