Mental Health Apps

Seeing a therapist or patient for one or two hours a week is not always a sufficient amount of time to affect change with someone struggling with mental health issues. Mobile apps give people and clinicians another option to interact and engage in activities to improve their condition. Studies have shown that regular use of mindfulness apps can change the brain’s structure and alleviate stress, anxiety, and feelings of depression.

The apps compiled below are intended to be supplemental resources to help those needing some mental health support. They are not meant to replace professional medical & clinical mental-health advice. See your doctor. Talking to a professional is of the utmost importance on the road to good mental health and well-being.

Apps by Category

Regarding Apps & Privacy

When choosing an online therapy provider, we recommend that you read the company’s privacy guidelines before you sign up to better understand whether it is HIPAA-compliant and whether it shares any private information with third parties. Understand what user health information online therapy providers collect and what they do with that information.