Today I have another great app to help you manage your mental health! DBT Coach, as the name suggests, helps you practice DBT skills and track emotions in a way that is easy and convenient.
There are a lot of features on the app, which was a bit overwhelming to me, but you can pick and choose what components of the app you want to use. I suggest being mindful and noticing which features help you and which you might want to skip.
It syncs with other apps you might already be using and prompts you to track things like sleep and mood. There is a feature to track food, which can be helpful for someone who struggles with forgetting to eat but could also be triggering for someone with a history of eating disorders – this is a tool, so make it work for you and your needs.
I love the journal tool. It offers prompts, which you can follow, ignore, or switch out for a prompt that you like better. I think it is a good balance of structure/guidance and letting you make the app your own based on your unique needs.
This is a great app to keep track of your skills and therapy homework, and it communicates well with other apps to integrate things you might be tracking elsewhere. It is easy to use and has a lot of good tools to choose from.