“DiveThru has a ton of mental health resources that are easy to understand — you won’t find any academic or scientific jargon here. While the app works with licensed mental health professionals, everything is super relatable and feels like you’re catching up with a friend. “DiveThru whatever you’re going thru” by checking out their resources specially made for students.”
"Noticing with the growth in tech-based mental health supports, Gray says consumers must be careful: checking the site has backing by certified mental health professionals and aren’t making impossible claims like ‘becoming your own therapist.’"
"In 2020, DiveThru expanded and became a hub of mental-health activities and resources including journaling prompts, and courses on topics like expressing gratitude and understanding trauma. Most of the resources are free for app users, but DiveThru also offers a paid premium subscription that offers unlimited access to the entire library of resources."
"The app is run by a team of therapists and health professionals offering interactive tools and courses to help users manage their mental health. Gray said it’s not meant to replace therapy but acknowledges that access, time and cost can be an issue for people seeking help. “Managing your mental health isn’t something you do in a period of your life, it's an ongoing commitment to yourself,” she said."