Mental Health Apps
Combined Minds is an app developed for teenage mental health charity stem4 by Dr. Nihara Krause, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, to help families and friends support young people with their mental health. A shared harness can balance or protect a climber and help catch them when they fall. Keep on partnering so they can climb tall.Combined Minds helps families and friends to find ways to provide the right environment to help the individuals they support affect their own change. As important influencers in the lives of young people, this provides positive impact on their mental health.
BlueIce is a prescribed evidence-based app to help young people manage their emotions and to reduce urges to self-harm.
It includes a mood diary, toolbox of evidence based techniques to reduce distress and automatic routing to emergency numbers if urges to harm continue. Check with your local Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) to see if they subscribe to BlueIce.
BlueIce is a prescribed app. It should only be used alongside a face to face intervention provided by a mental health worker. Check with your local Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) to see if they subscribe to BlueIce.
Kooth - This isn't a app for your phone but a online well being community for free,safe and anonymous support - Home - Kooth
The Stay Alive app is a pocket suicide prevention resource for the UK, packed full of useful information to help you stay safe. You can use it if you are having thoughts of suicide or if you are concerned about someone else who may be considering suicide.
In addition to the resources, the app includes a safety plan, customisation reasons for living, and a life box where you can store photos that are important to you.
Molehill Mountain is an app to help autistic people understand and self-manage anxiety.
You can use Molehill Mountain to explore the causes and symptoms of anxiety.
- Track your worries and the situations that trigger anxiety.
- Get evidence-based daily tips to understand more about anxiety.
- Feel more confident to self-manage anxiety.
This app to help people with anxiety. It is inspired by years of facing anxiety and depression myself.
The worrydolls work by using scientific cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness techniques, and a bit of magic.
You just tell your worry to the worrydoll your worry.The worrydolls work by using scientific cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness techniques, and a bit of magic. When your worry is finished, you can tell the doll it is okay to stop worrying. I hope that over time this will help you feel less worried. You can look at all your old worries which are now okay.
This helps teach you that worries can seem worse than they are.