5 Minute Mental Health

By focusing on education, 5-Minute Mental Health includes a library of over 275 easy-to-understand videos covering dozens of topics.

This format offers a quick way to learn, helping you make informed decisions and showing you ways to apply techniques to your life immediately.

  • Videos are less than 5 minutes long, providing a fast track to learning many concepts and techniques.
  • Learn on your favorite device. Content is formatted for smartphones, computers, and other electronic devices.
  • Practice between therapy sessions and learn new concepts you can apply today.
  • New content is added weekly with a direct link in your inbox or via the app’s push notification on your mobile device.
Learn at your own pace with the on-demand library, and customize your experience by watching what piques your interest or applies to your circumstances. Categories for on-demand learning:
  • Anxiety
  • Boundaries
  • Communication
  • Depression
  • Feelings and Emotions Matter
  • Feelings and Emotions Validation
  • Marriage
  • Friendships and Connections
  • Gratitude
  • Grief
  • Goals and Values
  • Overcoming Pornography & Other Compulsive Sexual Behaviors
  • Substance Abuse
DISCLAIMER: The videos in the 5-Minute Mental Health library are for educational purposes only and are not a substitute for professional mental health therapy or counseling. By continuing to watch these videos, you acknowledge that the videos are for educational purposes only and agree to release and hold harmless the creator and publisher of the videos from any and all liability. If you or anyone you know is dealing with a mental health issue, please get in touch with a licensed mental health professional and seek professional assistance. If you are seeking emotional comfort, professional counseling, and beneficial resources the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline is here 24/7 visit 988lifeline.org to learn more. If you are in crisis, dial or text 988 for help round the clock from the National Suicide and Crisis line. If you have acted on your suicidal thoughts by harming yourself physically or ingesting a substance, please call a local emergency professional at 911 NOW!