WellTrack Self-Help Tools

WellTrack is a self-help program that students can use to address stress, anxiety, and depression before these issues get to the point of needing therapy or other mental health services. WellTrack's tools can also be used as an adjunct to therapy.

WellTrack is an online resource that provides evidence-based tools that are easy to use and effective.

WellTrack is a secure and anonymous way for users to assess their personal well-being and quickly gain access to resources tailored to help them make progress in changing thoughts and behaviors that are not working for them.

Some of the specific tools WellTrack offers are videos, relaxation exercises, mood tracking tools, and written exercises to help raise awareness and work on addressing unhelpful thought patterns.

How to Access WellTrack

WellTrack is available online at app.welltrack.com, and access for the UCSC community has been paid for by Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS). You may not need an access code if you are signing in with a ucsc.edu email account; if you are asked for an access code, you can use CAPS' code, UCSCCAPS, to use this service for free.

MoodCheck, the companion mobile app to WellTrack, provides users with a quick and easy way to check their mood while on the go. MoodCheck is available for free from the Apple App Store and from Google Play for Android.

Access Instructions:

  1. Visit signup.mywelltrack.com.
  2. Enter your access code, UCSCCAPS, and create an account.
  3. Watch for an email from support@mywelltrack.com to confirm your account.
  4. You are now logged in and ready to begin your course.