September 29, 2022

CU Boulder Introduces Boost to Students

Colorado University Boulder has made Welltack Boost available to all students. Boost can be used to complement the services and tools Health and Wellness Services already offers, but students do not need to use those services to start using Boost. READ MORE

May 5, 2022

Welltrack Boost Helps WSU Expand Mental Health Resources

May 2022

All Washington State University students, no matter their location, will soon have access to a suite of mental health resources including after-hours crisis counseling, self-help resources, an online referral network, and peer support, including Welltrack Boost. READ MORE

January 20, 2022

Mental Health Matters at BSU

January 2022

As students return to campus this semester and the world continues to navigate the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, many may be experiencing anxiety and the BSU Wellness Center is offering confidential counseling services are offered free, in both individual and group settings. For those not comfortable talking with a counselor, there are online tools and services like Welltrack Boost. READ MORE

January 14, 2022

Team USA Focuses on Mental Health with Welltrack Boost

January 2022

Athletes will be given access to free counseling, group therapy, and hotlines in case of crisis, Jessica Bartley, the USOPC director of mental health, told the virtual Team USA media summit.

Team USA is also providing free access to wellness apps like Welltrack Boost, and have curated a list of counselors who have experience with elite athletes. READ MORE

May 5, 2021

STFX Announces Access to Welltrack Boost

May 2021

In response to the Quality of Life Survey results as one initiative, StFX announced the launch of Welltrack Boost, a computerized Cognitive Behavior Therapy program for faculty and staff. READ MORE

September 30, 2020

Welltrack Boost gives WMU community tools to focus on mental health

September 2020

A new self-help application available to WMU students, faculty and staff offers a number of tools and resources aimed at managing mental health. In support of the University’s wellness mission, WellTrack allows users to track their mood over time, identify stressors, intentionally schedule self-care activities and learn about strategies to manage feelings of depression, anxiety and stress.  READ MORE

WMU News

January 9, 2020

Trying out the Welltrack Boost: A student perspective

January 2020

WellTrack app is available for free to UHCL students so I decided it was only right to try this app and use it to track my own wellness as this year comes to an end. Follow my journey over the next few weeks by checking back regularly for updates.  READ MORE

UHCL The Signal

December 11, 2019

Welltrack Boost could change traditional therapy

December 2019

Walking out of Elliott Hall of Music after an exam, a student might slide their phone out of their back pocket with shaky hands. Realizing they can’t handle their feelings without help, they might tap into the WellTrack app to input how they feel.  READ MORE

Purdue The Exponent

September 16, 2019

UHCL Counseling Services offers new Welltrack Boost to promote students’ mental health

September 2019

UHCL Counseling Services’ newest mental health resource is an interactive app available for students, staff and faculty. As of Sept. 1, Counseling Services offers WellTrack, a free tool designed to help students understand and track their stress, anxiety and depression.  READ MORE

UHCL The Signal

April 25, 2019

Welltrack Boost provides self-help for OU Counseling and Psychological Services patients

April 2019

Ohio University’s Counseling and Psychological Services encourages its patients to use an online tool and application to support their mental health. READ MORE

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