App Review: Breathe 2 Relax

Today’s mental health app was developed by the Defense Health Agency: Breathe 2 Relax. I love that there seems to be no shortage of apps to teach coping skills, deep breathing, and mindfulness – you can try them all out and see which one is the best fit, which one uses language that you resonateContinue reading “App Review: Breathe 2 Relax”

Ap Review: Curable

I am usually hesitant about mental health aps that utilize conversation between the user and a bot because I just do not think a bot can replace human interaction. Although Woebot has published some research about users bonding with the ap, I am hesitant about these results for a few reasons: Looking at the dataContinue reading “Ap Review: Curable”

Dare App Review

While no app can replace therapy, there are some great options to learn more about mental health. Dare has an option for a paid upgrade, but the free version is fantastic. Choose what you are struggling with, and you are presented with education about each topic presented by a soothing voice. You can choose howContinue reading “Dare App Review”

Antistress

I’d like to share one of my favorite therapy apps: Antistress. I actually first heard about this app from a client who had found it helpful. The app basically has several sensory items and activities that can help with boredom, fidgeting, anxiety, and self-regulation. There is a free version and a paid version, with theContinue reading “Antistress”