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Mood tracking and more (eg tools for stress, anxiety episodes). Psychologist-created guided lessons, mood tracker to identify patterns, customizable daily goals/tasks, relaxation helps peer support connectivity option.

Price: Free for all BYU students, faculty, and staff
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September 13, 2019 11:24 AM
Simple mood tracking, no writing required, generates charts to help see mood fluctuations but also activities and correlations. Not sophisticated, but that is also its selling point.

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September 13, 2019 11:25 AM
For dealing with the urge to self-harm. You’re given the option to choose a 5-minute or 15-minute activity to help you surf the urge, and then activity types (eg Comfort, Distract, Express), each of which has tons of options within it. After you rate how it worked, try another one if needed, then input some basic mood/episode tracking. Hotlines included. Based on ideas from DBT. Also logs and tracks each time and what worked.

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My3
September 13, 2019 11:26 AM
Suicide prevention. Basic: Pick emergency contacts, individually tailor a safety plan. Also includes some resources, national suicide prevention lifeline. Seems to have addressed crashing issues from the initial release. Visually appealing, simple, well organized.

Price: Free
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September 13, 2019 11:28 AM
My favorite mindfulness meditation app, for its simplicity, and it’s all free. Very popular, three million+ registered users. Most useful for its basic functions: set reminders, use timers, track meditation sessions and keep stats. Some social connectivity as well if you like that sort of thing. Tons of guided meditations as well.

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September 13, 2019 11:35 AM
CBT, ACT stuff for Depression, anxiety, etc. Includes tracking, a grounding game, negative thinking patterns, diary

Price: Free/Purchase
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September 13, 2019 11:38 AM
Diaphragmatic breathing, simple, easy to use, for anxiety/panic management. A few other features as well.

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You Are a Survivor
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For Utah, by UCASA (Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault), designed to help sexual assault survivors. Includes ways to find help, as well as thorough helpful information

Price: Free
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