If you are looking for an app to help you with the feelings you, or a someone you care for, are experiencing, it's best to visit the NHS Apps Library.
You can search on specific terms, such as 'mental health', which will return a number of apps that you may be interested in.
The library includes apps that are free but also apps where you need to pay to use them or some parts of them. These details are included on the app listing.
Have you tried the Better Health Mind Plan?
The impact and experience of the on-going Covid-19 pandemic has been difficult for us all. It's so important to look after our mental health and wellbeing.
Better Health-Every Mind Matters has launched a campaign to support the nation’s mental wellbeing. At the heart of the campaign is the free, NHS-approved Mind Plan.
By answering five simple questions online, adults will get a personalised mental health action plan with practical tips for helping deal with stress and anxiety, boost their mood, sleep better, and feel more in control.
Search Every Mind Matters to see what works for you.
If you are aged between 10 to 25 years old, Kooth offers an online mental health community giving free and confidential advice. You can chat with a team member about anything that is on your mind.
Togetherall is for young people aged 16 to 18 in need of mental health support. It offers an online community that can be accessed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. There are also self-assessments and recommended resources, as well as a wide range of self-guided courses to do at your own pace.
MoodSpark can support young people to better understand and support their own emotional wellbeing and resilience.