• WYSA (Google Play/Apple store) – an ‘emotionally intelligent’ penguin  that learns to react to the emotions you express. Over time it gets to  know you better and proactively reaches out to help you. It uses  evidence-based CBT techniques to help you feel better. You can chat  with WYSA using text and photo responses. 
  • Headspace is a site which uses meditation and mindfulness techniques  to reduce stress and help relieve anxiety.
  • Calm Harm provides tasks that help you resist or manage the urge to  self-harm. It’s completely private and password protected. It uses ideas  from an evidence-based therapy called DBT. The focus is to help learn  to identify and manage your ‘emotional’ mind with positive impact.  The app enables you to track your progress. (Google Play/Apple store) 
  • SAM (Self-help for Anxiety Management) – SAM is a friendly app that  offers a range of self-help methods for people who are serious about  learning to manage their anxiety. (Google Play/Apple store) 
  • Pacifica gives you psychologist-designed tools to address stress,  anxiety, and depression based on CBT, mindfulness, relaxation, and  mood/health tracking. Calm down in moments of stress or anxiety using  deep breathing, muscle relaxation, positive visualization, mindfulness  meditations, and more (Google Play/Apple store) 
  • Moodjuice has lots of information to help you think about emotional  problems, and work towards solving them. 
  • What’s Up? helps you quickly check-in to find perspective with your  thoughts and feelings. When you feel negative thoughts taking over,  use the app to help you overcome them. The app also has grounding  techniques to help you re-center (Google Play/Apple store) 
  • Minded Free educational resource on children and young peoples’  mental health for parents and carers. 
  • Stop, Breathe & Think Kids-  is a mindful games app designed for kids  age 5-10. Kids can check how they are feeling using emojis and try  mindful meditations around those emotions. Stickers reward progress  and keep mindful activities engaging. (Google Play/Apple store)
  • Mind Shift can help teenagers and young adults manage their anxiety. Gives useful advice and strategies.
  • CBT Thought diary will help you evaluate, understand and change your  thoughts and feelings. You can identify your emotions, analyze how and  why you’re feeling this way, challenge negative beliefs, and change  your thinking patterns for future situations (Google Play/Apple store) 
  • Catch It Learn to manage feelings of anxiety and depression with  Catch It. The app will teach you how to look at problems in a different  way, turn negative thoughts into positive ones and improve your mental  wellbeing (Google Play/Apple store) 
  • Worry Watch aims to capture and reflect on momentary self realizations. By logging ‘what might happen’ and then tracking it to  ‘what did happen’, we can challenge our perceptions and change  future thought patterns (Google Play/Apple store) 
  • Wellmind is designed to help with stress, anxiety and depression.  Includes advice, tips and tools to improve mental health and wellbeing.
  • The Worry Box helps you manage your worries. Keep a personal  diary in the app. The Worry Box then helps you decide if the worry  is unimportant, important, controllable, or uncontrollable. The app  will give you techniques to help manage it, like next steps or coping  statements to tell yourself. (Google Play/Apple store) 
  • SilverCloud is an online course to help people manage stress, anxiety  and depression. You work through a series of topics selected by a  therapist to address specific needs. The eight-week course is designed  to be completed in your own time and at your own pace. 16+ 
  • Sleepio helps people overcome sleep problems. It’s based on  cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). Evidence suggests that it can  even help people with long-term sleep problems sleep better.  (Google Play or Apple store) 
  • Kids Sleep Dr: The app helps parents understand and improve the  sleeping and waking patterns of children and young people from  newborns to teenagers