Therapy Assistance Online
Therapy Assistance Online (TAO) is a web-based program that offers engaging, interactive modules to teach life skills and help you bounce back from disappointments or stumbling blocks in life. TAO is confidential, free and available to all UWF students.
Create An Account
For new users, click the "Create an Account" button then create an account using your UWF student email. No enrollment key is needed.
Login To Your Account
If you've already created your account, you can access it using the "Login Now" button.
What Is TAO Self-help?
TAO Self-Help is an interactive, web-based program that provides assistance to help you learn about and change how you think, feel, and act. Topics covered include anxiety, depression, relationships, communication, anger management, recovery, mindfulness, and more.
TAO’s program includes modules, assessments, practice tools and logs, as well as a mindfulness library. The content is evidence-based and aims to help students increase adaptive and positive behaviors.
What Are The Benefits Of TAO Self-help?
- Immediate access to all modules.
- TAO assessments can provide you with an idea of which modules could be helpful to you.
- 24/7 access to TAO so you can comfortably work at your own pace.
- TAO Self-help is anonymous.
I acknowledge that by voluntarily choosing to use Therapy Assistance Online (TAO) I must register with TAO by providing certain registration information (Information). I may choose to provide some but not all Information and understand that incomplete Information may be insufficient for TAO registration. I understand the Information is not accessible to or monitored by the University of West Florida (UWF) Counseling Center staff or anyone other than TAO, and I consent to the transmission of the Information for registration purposes only.
I understand and accept all risks from any unintended Information disclosure. In consideration of my voluntary registration for and use of TAO, I release UWF, its employees and agents, and the UWF Board of Trustees from all loss, claims, damages, and liability relating to negligent disclosures of Information.
If there is an immediate threat to me or others, I should call 911, go to the nearest ER, and/or access on-campus crisis support (850.474.2420) for immediate assistance or instructions for connecting to after-hours crisis counseling services.
I have read this acknowledgment, consent, and release and freely and voluntarily agree to it.