Mobile Apps to Help You Manage Your Resilience

Reviewed May 19, 2017

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Summary

Find apps to help you manage your resilience within the topics of health and well-being, finances and life events.
 

This list of apps can help you manage your resilience within the topics of health and well-being, finances, and life events.

Bullying

KnowBullying: Encourages dialogue between parents and their children and helps start a conversation about bullying. Includes conversation starters, ways to prevent bullying and bullying warning signs.

Depression

CBT-i Coach: Customizable and interactive, it includes a diary, prescription chart, assessment, sleep tools, and settable reminders.

MoodTools provides six evidence-based tools to aid against clinical depression and negative moods.

NAMI AIR (Anonymous. Inspiring. Relatable): Is intended to provide another way for individuals living with mental health conditions and their family members/caregivers to find and give support and to connect with others.

T2 Mood Tracker: A mobile application that allows users to monitor and track emotional health.

Financial management

Manilla – Bill and Account Manager: Allows you to organize finances, travel rewards, magazine subscriptions, household bills and more within one app.   

Mint – Bills & Money: This app allows you to manage and pay household bills in one area.

Mint Personal Finance: Consolidates your accounts in order to manage finances with one login.  

Mindfulness

Mindfulness Coach: This app will help you practice mindfulness meditation. It was developed for people who may be experiencing emotional distress and for those wanting to maintain healthy coping practices.

Resilience

Evernote: You can make notes that include files, photos, lists, etc., bundle them into projects and easily share between other devices and people.

FOCUS On the Go!: A family gaming and resource app designed to engage children and families in learning and practicing key resilience skills.

Provider Resilience: The app is designed to keep frontline medical providers productive and emotionally healthy.

Unstuck: It guides you through your issue (“stuck” moment) and gives advice at the end on how to overcome the issue (how to get “unstuck”).

Stress management

Breathe2Relax: This app is a hands-on diaphragmatic breathing exercise.

Personal Zen: Helps users steer their attention away from negatives when they are stressed and anxious, and helps them to develop a more flexible and positive focus.

PTSD Coach: Includes articles about PTSD, seeking care and managing symptoms, as well as a self-assessment and tracker, and where to get help.

Substance use

AlcoDroid Alcohol Tracker: Keeps track of the amount of consumption and cost of drinks, in an effort to help you cut back on alcohol. 

LifeArmor: Build or maintain psychological and behavioral fitness through self-assessments and tools to help you cope with stressors such as anxiety, sleep issues, and substance misuse, among others.

Texting services

The following services provide support, counseling and referrals via text messaging.

DoSomething.org provides a free Crisis Text Line (www.crisistextline.org) for teens and young people. Teens can text 741741 anywhere, any time, and a live, trained specialist receives the text and responds quickly.

Mood 24/7 allows you to track your mood on a daily basis and view a result of your results online. Results can be shared with a doctor or therapist. Sign up for daily text messages at www.mood247.com.

Summary

Find apps to help you manage your resilience within the topics of health and well-being, finances and life events.
 

This list of apps can help you manage your resilience within the topics of health and well-being, finances, and life events.

Bullying

KnowBullying: Encourages dialogue between parents and their children and helps start a conversation about bullying. Includes conversation starters, ways to prevent bullying and bullying warning signs.

Depression

CBT-i Coach: Customizable and interactive, it includes a diary, prescription chart, assessment, sleep tools, and settable reminders.

MoodTools provides six evidence-based tools to aid against clinical depression and negative moods.

NAMI AIR (Anonymous. Inspiring. Relatable): Is intended to provide another way for individuals living with mental health conditions and their family members/caregivers to find and give support and to connect with others.

T2 Mood Tracker: A mobile application that allows users to monitor and track emotional health.

Financial management

Manilla – Bill and Account Manager: Allows you to organize finances, travel rewards, magazine subscriptions, household bills and more within one app.   

Mint – Bills & Money: This app allows you to manage and pay household bills in one area.

Mint Personal Finance: Consolidates your accounts in order to manage finances with one login.  

Mindfulness

Mindfulness Coach: This app will help you practice mindfulness meditation. It was developed for people who may be experiencing emotional distress and for those wanting to maintain healthy coping practices.

Resilience

Evernote: You can make notes that include files, photos, lists, etc., bundle them into projects and easily share between other devices and people.

FOCUS On the Go!: A family gaming and resource app designed to engage children and families in learning and practicing key resilience skills.

Provider Resilience: The app is designed to keep frontline medical providers productive and emotionally healthy.

Unstuck: It guides you through your issue (“stuck” moment) and gives advice at the end on how to overcome the issue (how to get “unstuck”).

Stress management

Breathe2Relax: This app is a hands-on diaphragmatic breathing exercise.

Personal Zen: Helps users steer their attention away from negatives when they are stressed and anxious, and helps them to develop a more flexible and positive focus.

PTSD Coach: Includes articles about PTSD, seeking care and managing symptoms, as well as a self-assessment and tracker, and where to get help.

Substance use

AlcoDroid Alcohol Tracker: Keeps track of the amount of consumption and cost of drinks, in an effort to help you cut back on alcohol. 

LifeArmor: Build or maintain psychological and behavioral fitness through self-assessments and tools to help you cope with stressors such as anxiety, sleep issues, and substance misuse, among others.

Texting services

The following services provide support, counseling and referrals via text messaging.

DoSomething.org provides a free Crisis Text Line (www.crisistextline.org) for teens and young people. Teens can text 741741 anywhere, any time, and a live, trained specialist receives the text and responds quickly.

Mood 24/7 allows you to track your mood on a daily basis and view a result of your results online. Results can be shared with a doctor or therapist. Sign up for daily text messages at www.mood247.com.

Summary

Find apps to help you manage your resilience within the topics of health and well-being, finances and life events.
 

This list of apps can help you manage your resilience within the topics of health and well-being, finances, and life events.

Bullying

KnowBullying: Encourages dialogue between parents and their children and helps start a conversation about bullying. Includes conversation starters, ways to prevent bullying and bullying warning signs.

Depression

CBT-i Coach: Customizable and interactive, it includes a diary, prescription chart, assessment, sleep tools, and settable reminders.

MoodTools provides six evidence-based tools to aid against clinical depression and negative moods.

NAMI AIR (Anonymous. Inspiring. Relatable): Is intended to provide another way for individuals living with mental health conditions and their family members/caregivers to find and give support and to connect with others.

T2 Mood Tracker: A mobile application that allows users to monitor and track emotional health.

Financial management

Manilla – Bill and Account Manager: Allows you to organize finances, travel rewards, magazine subscriptions, household bills and more within one app.   

Mint – Bills & Money: This app allows you to manage and pay household bills in one area.

Mint Personal Finance: Consolidates your accounts in order to manage finances with one login.  

Mindfulness

Mindfulness Coach: This app will help you practice mindfulness meditation. It was developed for people who may be experiencing emotional distress and for those wanting to maintain healthy coping practices.

Resilience

Evernote: You can make notes that include files, photos, lists, etc., bundle them into projects and easily share between other devices and people.

FOCUS On the Go!: A family gaming and resource app designed to engage children and families in learning and practicing key resilience skills.

Provider Resilience: The app is designed to keep frontline medical providers productive and emotionally healthy.

Unstuck: It guides you through your issue (“stuck” moment) and gives advice at the end on how to overcome the issue (how to get “unstuck”).

Stress management

Breathe2Relax: This app is a hands-on diaphragmatic breathing exercise.

Personal Zen: Helps users steer their attention away from negatives when they are stressed and anxious, and helps them to develop a more flexible and positive focus.

PTSD Coach: Includes articles about PTSD, seeking care and managing symptoms, as well as a self-assessment and tracker, and where to get help.

Substance use

AlcoDroid Alcohol Tracker: Keeps track of the amount of consumption and cost of drinks, in an effort to help you cut back on alcohol. 

LifeArmor: Build or maintain psychological and behavioral fitness through self-assessments and tools to help you cope with stressors such as anxiety, sleep issues, and substance misuse, among others.

Texting services

The following services provide support, counseling and referrals via text messaging.

DoSomething.org provides a free Crisis Text Line (www.crisistextline.org) for teens and young people. Teens can text 741741 anywhere, any time, and a live, trained specialist receives the text and responds quickly.

Mood 24/7 allows you to track your mood on a daily basis and view a result of your results online. Results can be shared with a doctor or therapist. Sign up for daily text messages at www.mood247.com.

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