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Useful mental health apps

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We live in a digital world, and we’ve come a long way from dial-up internet and the Snake cellphone game.  There are tons of apps that can be useful for Mental Health, helping you to do things like meditate, track your moods, and practice using cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) tools.  Here’s a list of some of the apps I’ve stumbled across that I found interesting.

: a meditation app

  Calm Harm: 5-15 minute strategies to ride out the wave of self-harm urges

  Calm in the Storm (only on the App Store): stress management, safety plans

  Catch It: mood tracking app from the NHS

  CBT-i Coach: CBT for insomnia tools

   eMoods bipolar mood tracker

    Fear Fighter: CBT for anxiety and panic, from the NHS

FearTools: for managing anxiety

  Happify: guides you in building skills along chosen tracks

   InnerHour: self-help for anxiety and depression

    Insight Timer: a meditation app

   MindShift: anxiety symptom check-in, thought tools, coping activities

Moodfit: mindfulness and breathing exercises, track factors like mood and sleep

  nOCD (only on the Apple App Store): CBT-based self-help for OCD

  Pacifica: mood and health activity tracking, CBT tools, and meditation

  Self-help for Anxiety Management (SAM): tracking tools and coping strategies

   Simple Habit: a meditation app

  TruReach: CBT audio lessons

  What’s up – A Mental Health App: info, tracking tools, coping strategies

Are there any apps that you find helpful in managing your mental health?

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