My Favorite Apps for Mental Health
Habit List $3.99
start a new habit & reminds you to do it
- Easy checking off of goals
- Flexible scheduling
- Choose from 3 kinds of schedules: Specific Days, Non-specific Days, or
Intervals. So you can schedule your workouts M-W-F, bring lunch to work any 4 days per week, or write a blog post every 2-3 days.
Way of Life $4.99; 3 Habits for free
Easy & simple similar to Habit list; put negative “behavior” or “positive”
As you collect more and more information you will be able to easily spot positive and negative trends in your lifestyle:
- Am I exercising as much as I thought?
- Eating less and less fast food?
- Getting the fruits and vegetables I need?
- Bar charts with trend lines & pie charts
- Tagging, Skipping & Sharing
- Archive completed goals
- Multiple daily reminders
- Note-taking capability
- Updating takes less than a minute a day
- Backup/Restore via Dropbox
- Export to Dropbox, E-mail or another App as a CSV or Excel file.
- Portable stress management tool
- hands on diaphragmatic breathing exercises
- Learn about stress through demonstration
- Results page shows graph of self-reported feelings before and after
Smiling Mind free
- Meditation made easy, a tool that provides calmness, clarity, and contentment
- Pre-Evaluation to assess where you are
- Reinforce to students that mindfulness requires practice
Fluid Monkey free
- Interact with liquid-smear paint, mud, water
- Good for 1:1 de-escalation or relaxation
CBT Thought Record Diary free
- An easier/discrete way to journal your thoughts
- Come up with alternative thoughts
- Challenge those thoughts
- Think of the outcome
Q & A Diary Roller Journal
- Asks you questions to help you right
- passcode to protect those thoughts
- different packs- writers, travelers, eat well
- Dealing with Anxiety & Worry
- Give tools to help
- Designed for teens Emotionary+
- Word dictionary for emotions
- Helps adolescents identify a feeling, develop their emotional vocabulary
- Students can go back and reflect on their emotions
• Emotional intelligence is an important factor in academic achievement, employment success, and personal well-being.
- Great tool for problem solving
- Allows to person to identify what they are already doing right and tips on how to
take the next step
- Ask the user to identify feelings/rank them and thoughtfully state the problem at
hand, who is involved, and sort thought cards into categories of “so me” and “not so me”
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