Reviewed Mental Disorders Apps Links
(viewing 1 - 5 of 9)ReliefLink
ReliefLink is developed specifically for suicide prevention and more generally for improving mental health. It enables you to create a personalized profile that includes pertinent information such as your mental health professional?s contact info, insurance coverage, and current medications. Track your mood and thoughts daily, create a safety plan, make a list of reminders (e.g. appointments, take medication, etc.) and check out the unique coping methods such as voice-recorded mindfulness and relaxation exercises or simply enjoy relaxing music. Need to find mental health help near you, especially in a crisis? Use the Map Locator to find the closest hospitals or other mental health treatment facilities. You can also find help through the therapist and support group links. Use the Emergency button to view options such as Call 911, Helpline, Counselor, and more.
The M3 is, essentially, a mental health score. Keeping track of your M3 is just as important as keeping track of your blood pressure and cholesterol levels. That?s where this app steps in. What?sMyM3? poses a series of questions and determines your M3 score based on your answers. While not an official diagnosis, the results can give you a solid sense of how much your anxiety or depression is burdening your everyday life. A high score signals that it may be time for a mental health evaluation.
LifeArmor is a comprehensive learning and self-management tool to assist members of the military community with common mental health concerns. Designed for your Android device, LifeArmor is portable and provides information and assistance at the touch of a button. Touch-screen technology allows the user to browse information on 17 topics, including sleep, depression, relationship issues, and post-traumatic stress. Brief self-assessments help the user measure and track their symptoms, and tools are available to assist with managing specific problems. Videos relevant to each topic provide personal stories from other service members, veterans, and military family members.
Youthbeyondblue The Check-in
The Check-in app was designed by beyondblue and Two Bulls in consultation with young people to help take the fear out of having a conversation with a friend who might be struggling. The app takes you through four steps getting you to think about where you might check in, what you might say and how might you support your friend. There is also a section showing you things to consider, such as what if my friend denies there is a problem or what if I say something silly. After you have had your conversation you can go back into the app and rate how it went. The app will then give you advice on the next steps.
Cost: FreePsych Drugs
There are many types of medications used to treat depression and other mental disorders. Psych Drugs helps you learn about how common medications differ from one another. And, you can learn what types of drugs are useful for your particular condition. The app also provides important information about possible side effects. Its other features help make this app a must-have for people with depression and their health care providers. The app also includes reminders, a personality checker, and a dictionary packed with medical terms.