Self-Help Mobile Apps
Below you will find suggestions for a variety of apps geared toward self-growth, stress management, mood management, conquering addictions, etc. Some of these apps are free while others have an associated cost.
- eCBTMood - helps people who are feeling down or depressed to feel better by using the scientific principles of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).
- eCBT Calm - helps people who are feeling stressed and want to learn relaxation skills. It assesses your stress level, provides relaxation skills, and also includes links to online resources for stress and anxiety.
- iCounselor - Provides portable control for your emotions using evidence based methods of intervention.
- Mood 24/7 - www.mood247.com
- HeadSpace: Learn to meditate in just 10 minutes a day with the Headspace app. Daily meditation has been shown to help people stress less, exercise more and even sleep better.
- Drug Watch - Offers extensive information about medications and drugs currently on the market or previously available. It includes prescription and over-the-counter medications and details about side effects.
- iPromises - a recovery app with trigger alerts, a visual journal, and a directory of phone numbers to find an AA meeting anywhere in the US, Canada, and some international offices. Add friends and share meetings, track your progress and challenges, and get a daily positive message
one day at time.
- Pocket Sponsor - offers 31 days of morning and evening recovery meditations and positive statements designed to help you in the moments when you need it most. It is meant to be read before retiring at night and in the morning when you get up, or anytime during the day that you feel uneasy.
- Earth 3D
- Koi Pond
- Relaxing Sounds
- Relax Completely
- iZen Garden 2 Lite
- White Noise Lite
- Breathe 2 Relax (iTunes/Android)
- Relax & Rest Guided Meditations (iTunes/Android)
- Tactical Breather
- Feel Good Tracker
- Gratitude Journal
- T2 Moodtracker