- Ddesigned for people suffering with OCD.
- This app was designed with the help of OCD specialists and patients to incorporate two treatments: Mindfulness and Exposure Response Prevention Treatment.
- You can receive immediate, clinically-supported guidance when an OCD episode strikes, take weekly tests to assess the severity of your OCD, and have motivational support along the way. One user calls nOCD "a free therapist in your pocket!"
AIMS for Anger Management
- AIMS is designed for Veterans and military Service members but can be used by anyone coping with anger problems.
- The AIMS app is based on the Anger and irritability Management Skills online self-help course
- The app provides users with education about anger, opportunities for finding support, the ability to create an anger management plan, and other tools to help manage anger
- An app dealing with the 'wave' like features of self -harm.
- It gives you 4, 5 or 15 minute activities when you are having thoughts of self -harm: comfort, distractions, expression, and release with the added option of a random button which selects a category for you.
- After the set time it asks you to rate your self-harm emotional states: how strong was the urge, how many different activities you tried, did the activity help, and why did you get the urge in the first place (including a 'don't know' option). It then takes you to the final page which offers some advice and websites for your specific answers. Whilst it is designed for young people it is helpful enough to be universal.
- To help with managing emotions.
- Instead of words, create music to reflect emotions like joy, sadness, calm and anger. You can store your music in a personal journal, or send them to someone and let the music do the talking.
- For people struggling with either emotionally unstable personality disorder, PTSD, or who suffer from dissociative symptoms.
- Contains an 'In Crisis' section which allows you to use Mindfulness and grounding techniques, enables you to have a crisis list for relapse prevention, and a flashback section.
- The modules are based on the DBT model and include Mindfulness, emotional regulation, relations, distress tolerance, validation, and also has a diary card section.
- The final section includes: strengthening thoughts, alternative thoughts, weekly tips, and affirmations.
- The MeeTwo app provides a safe and secure forum for teenagers wanting to discuss any issue affecting their lives.
- You can anonymously get advice from experts or other teenagers going through similar experiences in areas such as mental health, self-harming, relationships and friendships.
- MY3 is aimed at people who are depressed and suicidal
- It trains users to recognise suicide warning signs in others and stay connected to their supportive network.
- MY3 asks you to choose three close contacts that you feel comfortable reaching out to when you're down and keeps you connected to this core network
- It helps you create your own safety plan asking you to think through and list your own warning signs, coping strategies and support network, so that you can easily act when you recognize your warning signs.
- This app is for anyone who struggles with self-harm or thoughts of suicide
- It gives you easy, quick and discreet access to information and advice about self-harm and suicidal thoughts.
- The content has been created by doctors and experts in self-harming and suicide prevention
- BlueIce is an evidenced-based app to help young people manage their emotions and reduce urges to self-harm.
- It includes a mood diary, a toolbox of evidence-based techniques to reduce distress and automatic routing to emergency numbers if urges to harm continue.
- Designed for people suffering PTSD this offers everything from a self-assessment for PTSD, to opportunities to find support, positive self-talk, and anger management.
- The user can customize tools based on your own individual needs and preferences, and integrate your own contacts, photos, and music