All of these apps can provide an additional resource for personal development and help in the maintenance of your health and wellbeing. They're not a replacement for individual or group counselling, but can give you the extra support you need.
Although all of these apps have been tested and reviewed by us, we can't guarantee their content or effectiveness, or their compliance with data protection. The information on this page is subject to change as the apps are updated.
Anxiety and staying calm
Managing my mood
Improving my sleep
Free on Android
Free on iPhone
Guided "belly breathing" exercises to help reduce symptom during a panic attack.
£1.99 on Android
£3.99 on iPhone
Mindfulness meditation on the go, with custom guided meditation tracks to suit your mood.
Flexible app offering a comprehensive library of short daily meditation tracks. Users can build a customised selection of tracks to address specific issues.
Premium version available for a fee.
Designed to help combat panic attacks, Flowy is an absorbing and calming game.
Short sessions and tutorials on meditation and mindfulness designed to improve wellbeing.
Pocket coaching tool designed to help you cope with anxiety through relaxation.
Self-Help for Anxiety Management, designed to help you get control of your emotions.
Provides brief custom guided meditations to help build compassion, mindfulness and meditation.
Calming exercises and lots of self-help material to tackle panic attacks.
Discover new and better ways of coping with low mood and anxiety.
The more you use it, the more personalised it becomes.
Self-care health app specifically designed for students.
Lots of information about mental health conditions, symptoms and treatment.
An app designed to help you or someone else stay safe.
Packed with useful info and self-help strategies including a safety plan.
Helps you to monitor your mood.
Offers a wide range of useful info and self-help resources as well as the option to create a personalised mood-tracking report.
Provides strategies that help you resist or manage the urge to self-harm.
Lets you log your mood anytime, anywhere.
Helps you manage your feelings and look at problems in a different way to improve your mental wellbeing.
Helps you develop new strategies to manage anxiety and low mood
Disordered eating self-monitoring tool to help you track your emotions and eating and to recognize patterns and triggers.
An app that uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Acceptance Commitment Therapy methods to help you cope.
A selection of different tracks designed to help you get daytime "power naps" and sleep better at night.
Provides a choice of 50 soothing recordings designed to aid sleep.
Sleep improvement programme featuring Cognitive Behavioural Therapy techniques. Pro version also available.
A great way to monitor how you sleep and determine the best time to wake you up gradually.
App designed to reduce anxious thoughts, help you fall asleep more quickly and improve sleep quality through relaxing sounds and gentle hypnosis.
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