Pacifica for Edu

Better Student
Mental Health Tools

Pacifica for Edu extends coverage of your existing student mental health resources by providing a digital destination built to:

  • Engage with students before, during, and after treatment
  • Evaluate progress using paperless assessments
  • Address students’ diverse mental health needs
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Pacifica Mobile AppDaily techniques for stress and anxiety management
Pacifica Progress

Give Your Students The #1 App for Student Mental Health

Over 1.8 million people use Pacifica to manage their daily mental health with tools like mood and health tracking, mindfulness meditation, and cognitive behavioral therapy.

Relaxation Techniques & Guided Meditation

A library of over 30 audio activities to help students unwind, relax, and manage stress.

Mood & Health Tracking

Recording mood and health habits (sleep, caffeine, exercise, etc.) can help identify patterns.

Thought Journaling

Record thoughts and learn to question and change negative thinking patterns.

Stress Management & Anxiety Management

Appointment & Homework Reminders

Send reminders for upcoming appointments and homework assignments right to your students’ phone.

Clinical Assessments

Assign paperless assessments (PHQ-9, GAD-7, etc.) to students on the waitlist to screen and monitor symptom severity.

Guided Self-Help Paths

35 days of psychologist-designed audio exercises on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness.

How Pacifica Can Benefit Your Students

Immediate help, even for students on a waitlist.

Pacifica helps students begin their journey toward improved mental health before counseling starts.

Direct students to the appropriate CAPS and emergency resources.

Customized in-app content assists in connecting students with the help they need.

Reinforce learning and maximize session impact.

With so much happening between sessions, ongoing engagement with therapeutic content can help sustain in-person learning.

Your Student Mental Health Care Funnel

Your Student Mental Health Care Funnel

Entire Student Population

Offer Tools for Self-Care and Mindfulness

Guided Meditation: A library of over 30 audio sessions to help students unwind, relax, and manage stress.
Mood & Health Tracking: Recording mood and health habits (sleep, exercise, etc.) can help identify patterns.

Students in Need

Triage and Address More Students

Assessments: Assign paperless assessments (PHQ-9, GAD-7, etc.) to students on the waitlist to screen and monitor symptom severity.
Guided Paths: 35 days of psychologist-designed audio exercises on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness.

Student Counseling Services

Extend Reach, Reinforce Learnings, and Improve Outcomes

Homework Assignment & Appointment Reminders: Set notifications and send Pacifica’s activities right to your student’s mobile device.
Teletherapy: Use our HIPAA-compliant telehealth feature to hold remote video sessions with students.

Pacifica for Edu

Counseling Dashboard:
Measurement-Based Care

Pacifica for Edu makes assessing and engaging your students easy. Monitor their mental health data, assign and score assessments, manage your schedule, conduct teletherapy sessions, send reminders, and much more.

Student Monitoring

View a daily and weekly summary of your students’ mood and health ratings, thought records, behavioral goals, and clinical assessment results. The ability to further examine entries allows you to get a more in-depth understanding of your students’ well-being.

Student Assessments

Administer validated, standardized assessments such as the PHQ-9 and the GAD-7 to screen, diagnose, and monitor behavioral health symptoms. Export the results into an easy-to-share PDF report or CSV (spreadsheet) file.

HIPAA Compliant Teletherapy

Engage with your students safely and securely using our high definition video conferencing tool.

Pacifica is HIPAA Compliant. Safe. Secure. Trusted.

Recommended as a self-care tool by…

University of Southern California
Georgia Southern University
Loyola University
East Carolina University
Augsburg University
University of San Francisco
University of Washington
Wesleyan University

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Students are ready to talk about mental health.
Meet them where they are.