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Digital wellbeing is partly about managing your device use and the way that you use your devices. Scrolling through social media feed might be a "bad" use of a device if social media makes you feel bad. Using these mental health, mindfulness and meditation apps listed below, might be a "good" use of your device.
The listing of the following apps does not imply any form of endorsement. The library takes no responsibility for the content of these apps, which have been suggested or recommended in good faith
MindShift uses scientifically proven strategies based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to help you learn to relax and be mindful, develop more effective ways of thinking, and use active steps to take charge of your anxiety
This is a series of three apps that supports a book series of the same name. There are three apps available, enabling people with a range of common problems and disorders to take control of their own recovery programme using cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). The apps help you with Overcoming Low Self-Esteem, Overcoming Depression and Overcoming Anxiety
App that focuses on five-minute sessions to help busy people develop a daily practice. Currently offering free Premium memberships to anyone who can’t afford to pay for them due to loss of income in the pandemic
Student Health Matters
Produced by the Irish Student Health Association, this is a good source of reliable and good quality health information with links to services, and updated information on COVID19.