Check out the apps below the counsellors have personally selected for you to download. Some apps are free but others may have a small cost.
If you use or have seen any apps which you feel may be a great addition to this list, please email your suggestion to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watch this space for more apps to come!
The Get Happy Mobile App - Treatment for adults with depression
The Get Happy mobile program helps people with depression to better manage their symptoms. This app is a 8-10 week course involving 6 lessons. This program is part of a clinical trial and is an alternative to face to face counselling. To find out more information or to register for this program Click here
MEDITATION AND RELAXATION APPS
Breathing and Relaxation App - Breathe2Relax
The Breathe2Relax app is a portable stress management tool. It is designed to help stablise your mood, control your anger and manage your anxiety. To download Click here
Mayo Clinic Meditation App
Mayo Clinic Meditation is a clinically validated method of meditation you can easily practice using your iPhone or iPod. Developed by Mayo Clinic, this meditation program will help you feel more focused and relaxed throughout your day. To download Click here
Exercise Your Mood App from Black Dog Institute
Did you know that research shows that people who exercise regularly are less likely to experience symptoms of depression or anxiety? This FREE app allows you to set your distance and time goal and tracks your personal best. To download this app Click here
myCompass is an interactive self-help service that aims to promote resilience and wellbeing for all Australians. myCompass is a guide to good mental health – it points you in the right direction. You can track your moods, write about them and view information and tips. You can also choose to do one of the modules designed to help you manage mild to moderate stress, anxiety and depression. Click here
Finding Optimism App
Designed to help develop your understanding of your own mental health, this app acts as a springboard to detect patterns in your health and develop strategies to proactively manage depression, bipolar disorder, and other mental health conditions. Click here