We have tried some of the current mental health apps and linked them for you to try too! Each app is unique, and help with different things. There are many more mental health apps available, but these are just a few that we liked.
“Welcome” by Neatebox aims to provide you with an effective communication tool which can help customer service teams give you the support you deserve. Simply download the free app, input your details, specify your needs and plan your first trip
Calm Harm Free Provides tasks to help you resist or manage the urge to self-harm. You can make it private by setting a password, and personalise the app if you so wish. You will be able to track your progress and notice change.
Stress & Anxiety Companion Free
This app can help with handling stress and anxiety levels. It uses breathing exercises, music and games which have been designed to calm the mind, and help to cope with life’s ups and downs.
Chill Panda Free This app helps to relax and improve your well-being, through simple breathing techniques, quick exercises, and games to distract, and relax.
Feeling Good: Positive Mindset Free This is a positive psychology programme based on the principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). The tracks in this app combine deep relaxation with resilience techniques
MeeTwo Free A safe, moderated app for young people, which provides peer support, expert help, inbuilt educational and creative resources
Catch It Free This app was designed to help users better understand their moods through use of an ongoing diary
Sleepio Free A clinically-proven six week sleep improvement program
Cove Free A music journal for your mental health
Apart of Me Free A game designed to help you cope with the death of a loved one.
InterpreterNow Free An online service that offers deaf people video access to qualified BSL Interpreters so that they can then communicate with hearing people at any time, and anywhere in the UK.
*Disclaimer: Willow Project is not affiliated with these apps (except WelcoMe)