Mental Health Apps

Apps on iOs and Android that can help improve your mental health. These apps are not intended to replace help from a professional.?

What's Up?

What's Up? is a fantastic free app utilising some of the best CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) and ACT (Acceptance Commitment Therapy) methods to help you cope with Depression, Anxiety, Anger, Stress and more! With a beautiful, modern design, simple heading and easy-to-follow methods, you can get to what helps you the most in seconds!


A journaling/mood tracker app. It has features like a calendar and monthly mood statistics & helps to notice patterns in your mood.

The Safe Place

A Minority Mental Health app that educates and raises awareness on Mental Illness in the Black community. Includes coping skills, and self-assessment tools for anyone.


A social media app that offers support from other users. Select a feeling to vent. This will activate support from others, where you will receive virtual hugs, sympathy, congratulations, or or other positive support.

Calm Harm

For individuals who self-harm, this app helps you control and resist the urge to self harm by providing different methods of doing so.

Rise Up + Recover

For individuals with eating disorders. It includes a meal log, and coping skills.


A website which provides online therapy and free support to people experiencing emotional distress by connecting them with trained listeners. Free app available on iOS and Android.?


The?Optimism App?was developed to help patients with mood disorders, such as Bipolar disorder, track their daily mood.

Gratitude Garden

This app will help you be happier! It pushes you to think about what has gone right in your day, which has been shown to increase happiness. Every time you note down what good things have happened (and there is always something), you receive points you can use to build up a garden and also a Gratitude Card with suggestions for further things you could do to increase your gratitude and happiness.?

Mango Health

Mango Health helps you manage your medicine and create healthy habits, so you can savor the moments that matter most.