Discovery Journal

As students return to school, young people may encounter challenges in navigating their academic environment. Those grappling with mental wellbeing issues may find it hard to maintain focus, lack motivation, and suffer from low self-esteem. These challenges can significantly affect their academic performance and overall quality of life.

Discovery journals aim to address this. Each journal is thoughtfully crafted based on the lived experience of individuals with anxiety disorders, with a primary focus on guiding users through their daily experiences in a structured manner. By doing so, these journals assist users in constructing a coherent narrative of recurring events and emotions, facilitating a deeper understanding of their anxiety.

For teens, the goal is to encourage communication and promote honesty; focus on peer interaction and relationships; challenge the effects of social media usage, and much more.

The private journal gets you thinking about your day more than you usually would and gets you to describe your day in an engaging way. You can compare your entries over weeks and self-reflect by finding potential anxiety triggers and track when and where they occur.