Users log in anonymously even with a code provided to a user by an organization used solely to utilize specific help resources within the STAR app and help understand the overall work-life or team-life balance within an organization.
There is no cost to an individual. It is free to download from the Apple app store and Google Play store.
Clinically tested methods and backed by research from the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Kenneth Yeager developed the methods used in the STAR app, a Ph.D., L.I.S.W. at The Ohio State University. The research and testing found that the S.T.A.R. training method for vicarious trauma led to a decrease in burnout measures sustained for several months. The S.T.A.R. app uses a combination of cognitive-behavioral therapy and cognitive processing therapy techniques. These approaches help to address common effects of exposure to trauma; these include but are not limited to hyper-vigilance avoidance, trust, control, and intimacy (sharing and processing exposure to a trauma with others). As the stress responses progress, individuals become at greater risk of depression, anxiety, substance misuse, sleep disturbance, and unexplained anger, to name a few. The app provides an effective way to begin to understand how to manage your response to stress and trauma.
The S.T.A.R. Portal includes anonymous aggregated data on your Team's wellbeing and work-life & team-life balance, including assessments taken, engagement rate, the type of content most often read, and trends. It is only accessible through a secure two-factor authentication login and only to those with appropriate access.
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