Mental health services for the University of Lethbridge students are receiving an online boost with the introduction of TAO Connect, a University of Florida digital platform startup designed to make behavioral health therapy more accessible and effective.
Through TAO (therapy assistance online) Connect, students in Alberta, Canada, now have access to an app providing behavioral health tools on the go, in addition to in-person sessions with U of L Counselling and Career Services. TAO’s technology can be used in two ways: therapists at the counseling center can individually assign TAO to students as a way to supplement in-person sessions, or students can enroll in the program and download the app for a completely self-guided experience outside of the counseling center.Learn more about New Digital Therapy Platform Introduced to Enhance Mental Health Services for Students.
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