Here you will find links to Apps which you may find helpful to manage and maintain your mental health and wellbeing.
Empowering children and young people to build resilience, manage their emotional health and to fulfil their potential.
The MeeTwo app provides a safe and secure forum for teenagers wanting to discuss any issue affecting their lives.
Learn to relax, manage your worries and improve your wellbeing with Chill Panda.
NHS Go is a confidential health advice and information service for 16-25 year olds.
Provides insights into you sleep patterns and helps you create a healthy sleep routine.
A meditation app to help you practice meditation and mindfulness.
Aimed at 8-12 year olds, Positive Penguins app is a resilience-building app for all children.
An App for daily meditation and mindfulness for all ages.
The Childline App to get advice and support on loads of topics.
Not available on Android
Designed to give you advice and motivation to achieve your career goals.
Not available on Android.
Designed to help you manage stress.
StepFinder pin-points your nearest local support service and shows you how to get there using your phone.
Designed to help you understand and manage anxiety.
MindShift™ CBT has been designed to help you to learn, relax, be more mindful and use active steps to take charge of your anxiety.
Calm Harm is an app designed to help people resist or manage the urge to self-harm. It’s private and password protected.
MoodTools is designed to help you combat depression and alleviate your negative moods, aiding you on your road to recovery.
An app for those at risk of suicide and those worried about someone.
Created by Child Bereavement UK, this App is designed to support young people aged 11-25 who are experiencing the loss of a loved one.
Save your memories, remember your special person and seek support from our new, free, smartphone app.
An app for managing your journey to recovery from eating disorders. This app is also intended for people with general eating, weight and shape concerns.
An App for people struggling with food, dieting, exercise and body image.
An NHS produced a library of mental health apps and digital tools.