Before seeing our list of mental health apps, there are a few things we’d like you to keep in mind:
The Counseling Center is not partnered or officially affiliated with the following products or companies clinically or financially.
Like all forms of online information, the content and quality of these apps may change over time. The GSU Counseling Center reviews the quality of these products approximately every 6 months. It is the primary responsibility of the user to use their individual judgment and to consult with their health care professional to ensure that apps are appropriate for their treatment. We also recommend the following sites as good resources:
Mental health apps are mainly meant to be used in conjunction with ongoing treatment by a qualified professional. They are not a replacement for qualified mental health treatment.
When downloading or using mental health apps, there is a chance that you will transmit sensitive personal healthcare information to the company that owns the apps. The Counseling Center is not affiliated with such services and cannot guarantee the confidentiality of such information.
There may be financial costs associated with these apps via their direct purchase or in-app purchases. Such costs must be paid for on a person-by-person basis and are not covered by your student fees.