Welltrack Boost: Interactive Self-Help Therapy
The University of Arkansas community has access to Welltrack Boost. Boost is a self-guided, clinically supported, CBT-based, set of tools that help individuals assess, understand, and work on their own behavioral health and wellness. The web application or mobile app can be used on your own device and schedule.
Welltrack Boost can help you get better and maintain your mental health in five easy steps.
All Welltrack Boost courses are based in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. We help you tackle the most common mental health issues like anxiety and depression.
Courses are delivered in short informational bites, designed with an emphasis on actionable steps and creating healthy habits. For example the anxiety course walks you through :
- The interaction of thoughts, feelings and actions
- Tracking your moods
- Deep Breathing
- Tense and Relax Exercises
- Identifying Cognitive Distortions
- Building Better thoughts using the Thought Diary
- Imaginal Exposure to specific fears
Getting better takes some effort and Boost is here to help.
Our interactive, self-help tools use elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness to connect the course material to your daily practices. From simple listening to high engagement there is something for everyone.
Zen Room: Practice changing your physical and emotional state through our customized relaxation room.
MoodCheck: Track your mood and understand how the things you do throughout the day affect the way you feel.
Activity Scheduler: Intentionally schedule pleasurable, social and achievement activities to help keep yourself accountable for change.
Fun and Achievement Tracker: Understand how certain activities can boost or decrease your feelings of happiness, fun, and achievement by tracking your mood before and after.
Calendar: View your scheduled activities and plan your week.
Thought Distortions Quiz: Go deeper into understanding thought distortions.
Thought Diary: Identify real-life situations where you were using unhelpful thinking styles, and learn how to build better thoughts in these types of situations.
Mood Heatmap: See your all Mood Check data displayed on a graph for easy self analysis.
Mood Indicator: Get feedback related to how you spend your time and how it makes you feel.
Wellness Assessment: Learn how your levels of stress, anxiety and depression change as you use Boost by completing the Wellness Assessment every 2 weeks.
Personal identifying information is only shared between the individual and their organization if you explicitly consent to that within Boost. Otherwise the only information shared is anonymized aggregate data.