Last published 11 June 2021
Good Thinking recommends NHS-approved apps to help reduce your anxiety, get better sleep, lower your stress and boost your mood. Our most popular apps include:
A clinically proven online mindfulness course approved by the NHS, Be Mindful helps you to manage stress, anxiety and depression through mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT).
Feeling Good offers Positive Mental Training audio programmes that boost your resilience and mood. The app is based on a Swedish Olympic sports performance programme.
As a student coming to study in the UK from the EU or elsewhere, you can use the free International Student App to access information, tips and useful links that will help you to settle into university life.
Meditainment uses established guided meditation and visualisation techniques, leading you on imaginative journeys to dreamlike destinations to explore and reflect on a range of wellbeing topics.
By using this NHS-approved programme for 15 minutes a day, you can optimise your cognitive health, mental wellbeing and resilience to stress.
This clinically proven app can help you to understand and identify the causes of stress, anxiety and low mood so you can learn coping mechanisms and manage future situations better.
When you’re at university, it’s not always obvious what you should do if you have any concerns about your health. The free Student Health App contains over 900 pages of reliable health information, including mental health advice.
tomo is expertly designed to support you with many of life's obstacles, including social anxiety and poor sleep. The app combines digital peer support with the best of social media and proven therapeutic techniques.