This app is evidence based and designed to aid in anxiety recovery. Tools include thought journaling and reframing, exposure techniques, relaxation techniques, and includes an anxiety self-report measure.
MindShift by Anxiety Disorders Association of British Columbia: iOS or Android
MindShift includes practices to help you relax, activities that encourage you to develop more beneficial ways of thinking, coping strategies around anxiety experiences, and anxiety checklists around certain situations (e.g., test anxiety, social fears, and letting go of perfectionism).
Self-help Anxiety Management by University of the West of England: iOS
App includes information related to anxiety and how to better manage anxious experiences. It provides guided relaxation exercises, activities that teach coping techniques and strategies, and an anxiety tracker.
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Productive- Habit Tracker by Apalon Apps: iOS
This customizable app helps you build a routine, by setting personal goals, tracking your progress, and providing reminders when you need to complete something.
This app is intended to aid in the recovery process of an eating disorder, but can also be used if you have body image concerns. This app allows you to record meals, access body related affirmations, track your process, and customize meal plans and coping tactics. This app can also send progress information to your health providers.
Maintaining Safety & Sexual Assault Recovery
Circleof6 by Tech 4 Good: iOS
This app allows you to program 6 of your trusted friends/families into the app, so that if you are ever in a risky situation you can discreetly tap your phone twice and an alert will be sent to them of your location. Also, provides access to safety hotlines.
DoD Safe Helpline by Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN): iOS or Android
Originally designed for individuals in the military, this app provides tools and support to help individuals manage the short and long-term effects of sexual assault.
Depression CBT Self-Help Guide by Excel at Life: Android
App includes audio information about depressive symptoms, a depressive symptoms tracker, a cognitive diary, and relaxation and calming exercises.
MoodTools – Depression Aid by MoodTools: Android
This app was designed for individuals with depressive symptoms, but can be used by everyone. It includes information about depression, activities to help combat depressive symptoms, a thought diary, and a symptoms tracker.
T2 Mood Tracker by T2: iOS or Android
This app allows you to track your mood throughout the day and come to better understand how certain events or experiences may be impacting your mood. It comes pre-loaded with 6 tracking topics, but can be customized to meet your needs.
Virtual Hope Box by National Center for Telehealth and Technology: iOS or Android
The Virtual Hope Box provides simple tools to help individuals with coping, relaxation, distraction, and positive thinking. It can be customized with personal pictures, favorite quotes, music, videos of friends, and so on.
This app was created based on the principles of Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT). It helps in self-harm recovery by providing tools that “distract,” that implement “comfort” instead of harm, that will help you “express yourself,” and that provide “safe alternatives to self-harm.”
Rain, Rain Sleep Sounds by Tim Gostony: iOS or Android
Dozens of sleep sounds are available and you can tailor them to make your own sleep soundtrack. Helpful to use when living with noisy roommates or if you have trouble relaxing before falling asleep.
FitnessBuilder by PumpOne: iOS or Android
Physical activity has been shown to have positive effects on psychological wellbeing and this app provides helpful exercise tips, workout videos and charts, and an exercise tracker.
Headspace – Meditation by Headspace: iOS or Android
This app provides a training program that aims to reduce anxiety and build self-compassion utilizing mindfulness and meditative practices in “bite size” pieces to accommodate a busy life.
Stop Breathe & Think: Meditate by Tools for Peace: iOS or Android or Web-Based
This app provides meditations and relaxation recommendations based off your current mood. The app’s primary focus is building skills around mindfulness, meditative practices, and building compassion.
**Always call 911 in the event of an emergency
This app provides information, tools, and resources to help a friend (or yourself) who may be experiencing suicidal thoughts. The app contains information such as warning signs, Dos and Don’ts, and what to do to get help.
This app helps you create a plan of safety around your suicidal thoughts and allows you to be able to quickly contact three people you trust during times when you feel concerned for your safety.