Check out the apps below that are recommended by one or more of Sentier’s therapists.
The Calm Harm app helps users manage and resist the urge to self-harm. Learn to ride the wave by choosing activities from these five categories: Comfort, Distract, Express Yourself, Release, and Random. Free.
The Pacifica app is designed for daily use to help users reduce the symptoms of depression and anxiety. It can also be used with a therapist to help track behaviors and feelings in between therapy sessions. The tools used in the program draw from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness meditation, relaxation, and mood/health tracking. Free, In-App Purchases.
If self care feels like a chore, the Finch app can help make it rewarding, lightweight, and fun. Finch is a self care pet app where users can take care of their pet by taking care of themselves. Users complete quick self care exercises to grow their pet, earn rewards, and improve mental health. Free, In-App Purchases.
Through science-backed meditation and mindfulness tools, Headspace helps users create life-changing habits to support their mental health. Make mindfulness a daily habit and be kind to your mind by learning how to relax, manage stress, find focus, and release tension. Free trial, subscription based.
How We Feel is a journal for well-being created by scientists, designers, engineers, and psychologists. Over time, users will learn precise words to describe how they feel, spot trends and patterns, and practice simple strategies to regulate their emotions in healthy ways. Free
The RxWell app helps users become emotionally and physically well with proven techniques. Eligible users work closely with a dedicated health coach who can help them reach goals, personalize action plans, and get answers to questions. Free
The Teen Talk app provides a free, anonymous, safe space for teens to request support from trained teen advisors and learn from others with similar experiences. Free