App Review: Done

Done is an app that helps you create healthy habits and goals to make positive changes in your life. You can work on increasing an activity or decreasing something you feel is not serving you. It is self-guided, allowing you to tailor the goals to your specific needs and lifestyle, and the app offers accountability and reminders to increase your chances of success and follow through.

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There are suggested goals that you can choose from if you are having trouble deciding what you want to work on. These can be a good starting point because good goals are specific and measurable, but this can be difficult to articulate, especially if you have not done this before.

Done goal options: Meditation, Go to the gym, Drink water, Less coffee

Name the habit you want to work on, indicate whether it is something you are trying to do more or less often, and indicate how often you want to Do The Thing. You can specify which days you want to try and do this habit (for example, I work long hours Monday through Thursday, so a behavioral goal would be difficult for me to accomplish those days), or you can simply say how many times per week you want to do them.

Setting up your habit

You can change your habits or alter the frequency and schedule at any time. I love how easy it is to use and how it encourages these changes without pressure or guilt. This is a great app for anyone looking to make changes in their life.

Published by Dr Marschall

Dr. Amy Marschall received her Psy.D. from the University of Hartford in September 2015. Her clinical interests are varied and include child and adolescent therapy, TF-CBT, rural psychology, telemental health, sexual and domestic violence, psychological assessment, and mental illness prevention. Dr. Marschall presently works in the Child and Adolescent Therapy Clinic at Sioux Falls Psychological Services in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where she provides individual and family therapy and psychological assessment to children, adolescents, and college students. She also facilitates an art therapy group for adolescents and college students with anxiety and depression. Dr. Amy Marschall is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Telemental Health.

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