The Counseling Center offers a variety of therapy-assisted and self-guided virtual mental health resources to provide Tulane students with ongoing, daily mental wellness support. Students can utilize innovative online and mobile self-help tools to navigate a wide range of mental health concerns, promote resiliency, and optimize positive mental health.
TAO (Therapy Assistance Online) includes over 150 brief, effective, educational sessions covering over 50 common topics and skills related to mental health, wellness, and substance use issues. TAO Includes interactive sessions, mindfulness exercises and practice tools all aimed at helping you achieve your goals.
How To Register For TAO Self-Help
- In your browser window, navigate to https://us.taoconnect.org/register.
- Enter your first name, last name, and your school email address.
- Create a password.
- Leave the Enrollment Key field blank.
- Click SIGN ME UP.
- Check your email. You will be sent a Welcome to TAO email with a confirmation link which you must click on to sign in.
How to Login
- In your browser window, navigate to https://us.taoconnect.org.
- Enter your school email address.
- Click Login.
Togetherall is an online peer-to-peer platform offering a safe space to connect with others experiencing similar feelings. Togetherall has trained professionals available, 24/7, 365 days a year. If sharing isn’t your thing, each of the platforms has tools and courses to assist, along with plenty of resources to explore.
Welltrack Connect (formerly The Shrink Space) is a referral management service which gives students access to national and local provider databases for a seamless coordination of care. Welltrack Connect is useful for students who may need ongoing or longer-term care or who need to establish or transition care in the local New Orleans community or elsewhere within the U.S.
The LINE is a telephonic crisis service that provides students with 24-hour access to crisis assessment and intervention. The LINE provides students with immediate access to care when and where it’s needed most. Students can call or text The LINE at 504-264-6074 when they need to talk to someone right away or after hours for confidential support.