Options to help you feel better ASAP 

 

Referrals

Wellbeing at UWG Logo

Wellbeing@UWG:  Call 833-910-3367 for an immediate assessment and to get 5 free, confidential counseling sessions with an off campus therapist per problem per year.  This service is available 24/7/365.  You can also access the Wellness Hub on your phone for health and wellness information. Download the CampusWell app for Apple or Android. Once downloaded, search for the University of West Georgia to access the Wellbeing@UWG Wellness Hub.

  

Thriving Campus LogoThriving Campus: Use thriving campus to find mental health providers in any state in the US.  You can search therapists by location, health insurances they accept, gender, etc.

Apps

Sharpen Health LogoSharpen Minds
Free mental health resources
customized for UWG students.

Shine App Logo
 
Daily meditations and 
articles from diverse
experts
 
 
Panic Shield App IconPanic Shield
Cope with a panic
attack and learn
to prevent them.
Daily meditation app
for and by the black
community.
SuperBetter app iconSuperBetter
Build resilience.
Stay Motivated.
Keep Optimistic.
Wysa App IconWysa
A chatbot that helps you
cope in fun conversation.
Calm Harm App IconCalm Harm
Helps resist the urge
to self-harm.
Headspace AppHeadSpace
Learn to meditate
to reduce stress
and depression.
Mindshift Logo
Strategies to manage
or eliminate anxiety.
PTSD Coach App IconPTSD Coach
Help for those recovering
from trauma.
 
 Sanvello App Logo
Sanvello
Tools to help you live
a healthier happier life.
 

Options to help you feel better ASAP    Referrals Wellbeing@UWG:  Call 833-910-3367 for an immediate assessment and to get 5 free, confidential counseling sessions with an off campus therapist per problem per year.  This service is available 24/7/365.  You can also access the Wellness Hub on your phone for health and wellness information. Download the CampusWell app for Apple or Android. Once downloaded, search for the University of West Georgia to access the Wellbeing@UWG Wellness Hub.    Thriving Campus: Use thriving campus to find mental health providers in any state in the US.  You can search therapists by location, health insurances they accept, gender, etc. Apps

  • Sharpen Health LogoSharpen Minds
    Free mental health resources
    customized for UWG students.


    Shine App Logo
     
    Daily meditations and 
    articles from diverse
    experts
     
     

    Panic Shield App IconPanic Shield
    Cope with a panic
    attack and learn
    to prevent them.

    Daily meditation app
    for and by the black
    community.

  • SuperBetter app iconSuperBetter
    Build resilience.
    Stay Motivated.
    Keep Optimistic.

    Wysa App IconWysa
    A chatbot that helps you
    cope in fun conversation.

    Calm Harm App IconCalm Harm
    Helps resist the urge
    to self-harm.

    Headspace AppHeadSpace
    Learn to meditate
    to reduce stress
    and depression.

  • Mindshift Logo
    Strategies to manage
    or eliminate anxiety.

    PTSD Coach App IconPTSD Coach
    Help for those recovering
    from trauma.
     

     Sanvello App Logo
    Sanvello
    Tools to help you live
    a healthier happier life.

     

Videos

Anxiety During Covid-19
 
UWG Counselor Austen Bingham talks about natural and expected feelings of anxiety that can happen during stressful events.
Situational depression
 
UWG Counselor Cassie Manley discusses how we sometimes have difficulty adjusting and suggests some ideas for what we can do to feel better.
Tips for Self-Care Presentation
 
UWG Counselor Crystal Johnson with some tips to help you care for your mental and emotional health during the pandemic or any challenging event.
 
Communication and Conflict
 
UWG Counselor James McIntyre offers some ideas to help you communicate and navigate conflict, even during difficult times.
 
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A 26 minute guided meditation to help you become more centered, grounded and mindful.


Brenee Brown the power of vulnerability

This inspirational 20 minute video from Brenee Brown has a core message:  Vulnerability is absolutely essential. We can’t know things like love and belonging and creativity and joy without vulnerability.


Mel Robbins talking on stage

 

In this 20 minute talk, Mel Robbins explains how turning off our brain's autopilot and demolishing our comfort zones is key to a rewarding life.

 

 Susan Cain speaking

Susan Cain argues in this passionate 20 minute talk, that introverts bring extraordinary talents and abilities to the world, and should be encouraged and celebrated.

Andy Puddicombe juggling on stage

In this 9 minute video, mindfulness expert Andy Puddicombe describes the transformative power of refreshing your mind for 10 minutes a day.

Radio host Celeste Headlee

Radio host Celeste Headlee takes only 11 minutes to teach us how to be better communicators.

Kelly McGonigal speaking  

In this 15 minute video psychologist Kelly McGonigal shows us how to see stress as a positive.

Dr. Angela Duckworth  

In only 6 minutes, Dr. Angela Duckworth explains how important grit is to success.