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Mental Health and Wellness Apps

Mental health apps that can be useful in providing additional mental health support, coping skills, and resources. This guide provides a list of mental health apps to begin building your toolkit of mental health resources.

Mental health apps are also beneficial because they are accessible and portable when mental health services are limited. We recommend the use of mental health apps as one tool for improving your mental well-being.

Please review the list of apps below to begin building your toolkit of mental health resources!

Mindfulness/Meditation/Relaxation/ Stress Management

  • 5MinRelax

  • Breathe

  • Calm

  • Headspace

  • Insight Timer

  • Lake: Coloring Book

  • Liberate

  • Mindfulness Coach App

  • Tactical Breather

  • Sleep Pillow

  • Stay Quilt

  • Stop Breathe Think

Multiple Mental Health Symptoms

  • Ayana Therapy

  • Catch it

  • Exhaleapp

  • Headspace

  • Health in Her Hue

  • MindRight Health

  • Minds of the Culture

  • Moodkit

  • notOK App

  • What’s My M3

  • The Safe Place

  • The Shine App

  • Therapy for Black Girls


  • Anxiety Coach

  • Anxiety Reliever

  • Breathe2Relax

  • COVID Coach

  • End Anxiety

  • Happify

  • Mindshift Pacifica for Stress & Anxiety

  • Panic Relief

  • Self-Help Anxiety Management

  • Thought Diary

  • Worry Watch


  • PE Coach

  • PTSD Coach

  • PTSD Family Coach


  • Virtual Hope Box

  • Mood Coach

  • MoodTools

Obsessive Compulsions

  • Live OCD Free

PsyberGuide is a website that provides users with a search tool to identify mental health mobile apps based on specific factors such as: platform, cost, target audience, target conditions, and treatment types. To learn more,

Reminder: These apps are not intended to replace any psychological treatment with a licensed mental health provider. If you experience any urgent symptoms such as suicidal thoughts, homicidal thoughts, self-harming behaviors, or persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, or chronic difficulties with managing life, please seek immediate treatment with a licensed mental health provider.

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