How can I help myself?
MENTAL HEALTH APPS
There are many apps out there that you can use to support your mental health and wellbeing. All these are available to download free from the App Store.
Innovations Labs has 7 apps and websites to improve young people’s mental health.
For Me is a new app from Childline and is a new way to get advice and support on lots of topics from Childline via your smart phone. For Me was created by 4 teenagers who realised there was an urgent need for young people to have easy access to confidential advice and support. Topics include issues such as school and exam stress, personal issues, self-harm and mental health. With this app you are in control: whether you prefer to talk it through with one of our trained counsellors, get help online from people your own age, or read through tips and techniques in your own time, with For Me, the choice is your.
Doc Ready can help you feel more confident when you go to see your GP about a mental health issue.
Find Get Give provides support for young people to find mental health support locally and give feedback.
Madly in Love - Relationship and mental health advice for young people and their partners.
Mood Bug is a tool for sharing how you feel with your close friends and letting them know when you’re thinking about them.
Well Informed is the place to go to for the children and young people’s workforce to get instant, accurate support on youth mental health.
In Hand is a digital friend that provides young people with tools, advice and activities when their mental health is at risk.
HeadMeds gives accessible, straight talking information on young people’s mental health medication.
Smiling Mind is a free, simple tool that helps put a smile on your mind. This has been developed by a team of psychologists with expertise in youth and adolescent therapy, mindfulness meditation and web based wellness programs.
Happify is designed to train people to disrupt patterns of negative thinking, manage stress, and build skills to overcome life challenges.
Stem4 Support with self-harm provides activities to support you with urges to self-harm (comfort, distract, express or release).