01. Touch Meditation New (4:54)
02. Sitting with Breath (9:00)
04 Sitting with Sound (10:48 New)
05. Sitting with Body & Twinges (9:13 New)
06. Sitting with Thoughts (10:00 New)
07. Body Scan with sunlight practice (10:37)
08. Ten finger gratitude practice (6:43)
09. Mountain Meditation
10. Lazy Hammock Meditation
11. Safe Space Visualisation Practice (14.41)
Original Audio Available Here
2. Sitting with Breath
3. Sitting with Breath and Body
4. Sitting with Sound
5.Sitting with Twinges
6. Sitting with Thoughts
01. Getting Started (1:49)
02 Understanding Stress (3:11)
03. Deep Relaxation (19:30)
04. Quick Relaxation (7:48)
05. Belly Breathing (3:32)
Here you can browse our recommended self help applications that we feel may benefit you. These apps are not suitable for proper medical care/your local crisis team.
Catch it - Make sense of moods
(Free to use) Catch It is a joint project between the Universities of Liverpool and Manchester, to help users better understand their moods through use of an ongoing diary. The app was designed to illustrate some of the key principles of psychological approaches to mental health and well-being, and specifically Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).
Calm Harm provides tasks that help you resist or manage the urge to self-harm. You can add your own tasks too and it’s completely private and password protected.
What does it do? The four categories of tasks target the main reasons for why people self-harm. Distract helps to combat the urge by learning self-control; Comfort helps to care rather than harm; Express gets those feelings out in a different way and Release provides safe alternatives to self-injury.
Daylio - Diary, Journal, Mood Tracker
(Free to install but includes in-app purchases) Daylio enables you to keep a private diary without having to type a single line. Pick your mood and add activities you have been doing during the day. You can also add notes and keep an old school diary. Daylio is collecting recorded moods and activities in the statistics and calendar. This format will help you to understand your habits better. Keep track of your activities and create patterns to become more productive.
Fear Tools - Anxiety Aid
Ten Percent Happier - Meditation & Sleep
Mental Health Recovery Guide
(Free to use) There are 17 essential things you need to know to fast track your recovery from mental illness. The Mental Health Recovery Guide (MHRG) will tell you what they are. If you suffer from depression, schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, and if you are a mental health outpatient, or a newly discharged psychiatric in-patient at the UK?s NHS or elsewhere in the world, MHRG will help you to get well and stay well.
Mood Tools - Depression Aid
(Free to use)
Silvercloud provides a wide range of supportive and interactive programmes, tools and tactics for mental and behavioural health issues. These programmes address wellbeing, life balance, time management, communication skills, goal setting, communication and relationship management, anger management, stress management, relaxation and sleep management, among many others.
Please click here to register.
SAM: Self-help for Anxiety Management
(Free to use) SAM is an app to help you understand and manage anxiety. The app has been developed in collaboration with a research team from UWE, Bristol. SAM will help you to understand what causes your anxiety, monitor your anxious thoughts and behaviour over time and manage your anxiety through self-help exercises and private reflection. The “Social cloud” feature will enable you to share your experiences with the SAM community while protecting your identity.
(Free to install but includes in-app purchases) What’s Up? is a fantastic free app utilising some of the best CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) and ACT (Acceptance Commitment Therapy) methods to help you cope with Depression, Anxiety, Anger, Stress and more! With a beautiful, modern design, simple heading and easy-to-follow methods, you can get to what helps you the most in seconds!