MOBILE APP...where students can CONNECT with their school psychologists.

Schools, Colleges and More...

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Psychologists and Counselors

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Students

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Introducing... The FeelU App!

We want you to Be Heard...Anonymously! (without being exposed)...That is our Mission for you.


Whether you are in 7th grade or in college, having someone to share your thoughts and feelings through tough times is the only reason why FeelU was created.  FeelU is the idea of a high school junior, that strongly felt that the options available to students today are just not working.  


Depression, isolation, bullying, anxiety, substance abuse, suicides, and school shootings are more prevalent today than ever before.   FeelU's founders believe, when It comes to Mental Health support for Teens and Adolescents, FeelU believes, schools need to do much more to connect with their students early, before It’s too late.  


FeelU is an extremely simple to use mobile and web messaging app that will allow students to communicate with their school selected psychologists and counselors with anonymity and privacy, until the student is ready to meet in-person for face-to-face counseling.  


Schools of any type and size can be linked to the FeelU app.  Once a school(s) registers with FeelU, it can then link the appropriate psychologists and counselors to receive message and alerts as the student need support.  The FeelU app becomes an extension of the schools counseling efforts to provide more convenient options to its students, when they need it the most.  


Students get a convenient tool right in their hand, when they need it.  The schools expand their reach and extend their support to help their students succeed!  Call or email us to get your school(s) linked asap.  


School-Based Mental Health Services:  Improving Student Learning and Well-Being.

https://www.nasponline.org/resources-and-publications/resources-and-podcasts/mental-health/school-psychology-and-mental-health/school-based-mental-health-services 

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