Links & resources
Developed by ReachOut.com, this app helps you to pace your breathing to reduce the physical symptoms of anxiety and stress.
The Breathe2Relax app helps you to regulate your breathing to reduce sensations of anxiety and stress.
The Snapshot app can be used to measure and monitor your mood and factors related to depression and anxiety.
T2 Mood Tracker
The T2 Mood Tracker app is useful for tracking your mood over time.
The Daylio app can be used to track your mood from 'rad' to 'awful' over the course of each day.
The Smiling Mind app is useful for learning to meditate.
1 Giant Mind
The 1 Giant Mind app is useful for learning to meditate.
Stop, Breathe, and Think
The Stop, Breathe, and Think app is useful for learning to practice mindfulness.
The ACT Coach app is useful for helping you to put Acceptance and Commitment Therapy into practice.
The Mindshift app is useful for helping young people to relax, develop helpful ways of thinking, and identify steps to take to manage their anxiety.
The Calm Harm app assists you to ride the wave of urges to self-harm.
The BeyondNow app assists you to create a safety plan for when you feel suicidal.
The Anxiety Release app uses EMDR bilateral tones to help you to ride the wave of difficult feelings.
The Breakup Shakeup app assists young people to manage distress associated with a relationship break-up.
The 3D Brain app is useful for learning about the different areas of the brain.
The BrainyApp assists you to look after your brain health to reduce your risk of dementia.
Online Self-Help Programs
myCompass is a free online self-help program for addressing mild to moderate symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression.
SHUTi is a free online self-help program for addressing insomnia.
BITE BACK is a free online positive psychology program for 13-16 year olds.