Using apps for mental wellbeing works closely with young people to design and deliver online tools that allow them to take control of their mental health and wellbeing.

Apps for young people

If you are worried about your teenagers wellbeing then here are a few apps they can use to suit their particular situation. Encourage your teen to use the apps regularly by educating them on the benefits of healthy wellbeing.

ReachOut Toolbox is a collection of the ‘best apps for bodies and brains’ that are endorsed by professionals and reviewed by young people. Young people can set goals related to mental health and wellbeing and will be given recommendations of apps that might be helpful.

ReachOut Recharge offers a personalised 6 week program that's focused on improving mood, energy and wellbeing by putting in place good sleep/wake patterns.

ReachOut Breathe helps reduce the physical symptoms of stress and anxiety by slowing down heart rate by focussing on controlled breathing.

ReachOut Worry Time allows you to control everyday stress and anxiety by acting as a place to store your daily worries.

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