Counseling Center

Smartphone Applications

Smartphone applications can be valuable assets in helping us to monitor and address our mental health and support our overall well-being. Use the menu to navigate different categories of useful applications to find the right one for you!

Featured application




stressbustersapp Stressbusters App

Stressbusters offers individuals mental health support, tools and resources at their fingertips. The app consists of many self-help tools including guided meditations through video or sounds, breathing exercises, wellness reminders, goal-setting, and journaling. The app also offers students an event calendar with Counseling Center events and other wellness-related events on or off campus. With the app, the Counseling Center is able to provide students with 24/7 access to direct dial campus and local emergency support services as well as information on suicide prevention and intervention. 

Through engagement with the app, students can earn points that can be redeemed for rewards from the University Counseling Center when offered. The Stressbusters app is among the most popular and engaging wellness resources on college campuses today. It has been found to dramatically reduce academic and mental health risk factors for students. The University Counseling Center plans to address barriers to accessing mental health support and reduce mental health stigma with the launch of the app.



promising review

Apple Store & Google Play Store Free

5-star review:

"Unlike other stress reduction apps, Stressbusters has so many different resources and formats, you can customize it to focus on the things that make you most chill. The content changes all the time so it’s never boring. It’s an app you should keep on your home screen for easy, regular access." -App store review

*Disclaimer: Smartphone applications are not sufficient replacements for mental health treatment. Please contact the Counseling Center (419-530-2426) if you have specific mental health concerns you would like to discuss or if you find yourself needing more support. If you find yourself in an emergency situation, please call 9-1-1 or your local police.*

Last Updated: 6/27/22