Popular resources for managing stress

We've put together some resources that can help reduce your stress. From meditation and breathing to stress-busting games, browse these popular tools and discover what works for you.

#1

Be Mindful

Be Mindful

Last published 3 November 2020

Be Mindful is a unique, clinically proven and NHS-approved online mindfulness course. It helps people achieve lasting reductions in their levels of stress, anxiety and depression through learning to practice mindfulness techniques in daily life.

Benefits:

  • NHS-approved flexible online course, accessible via phone, tablet or PC
  • Significant and lasting reductions in stress, anxiety and depression
  • Proven effective by clinical research studies and high satisfaction ratings
  • Assess /  monitor your levels of stress, depression and anxiety along the course
  • Mindfulness skills that last a lifetime

#2

My Possible Self

My Possible Self

Last published 18 May 2021

My Possible Self: The Mental Health App has been clinically proven to improve the mental health and wellbeing of people living with stress, anxiety and low mood. 

Benefits:

  • Improve your mental health and wellbeing in just a few weeks
  • 10 learning modules to choose from
  • Clinically proven
  • Track your mood

#3

MyCognition Pro

MyCognition Pro

Last published 14 August 2020

An NHS approved cognitive fitness and mental resilience programme that when used 15 minutes per day optimises your cognitive health, mental wellbeing and your resilience to stress, protecting you from mental illness. Building your ability to adapt to every situation so you are more successful in managing and enjoying your life.

Benefits:

  • Builds mental resilience
  • Reduces stress and anxiety
  • Significant improvements after 8 weeks of use

#4

Pacifica

Pacifica

Last published 5 November 2020

A stress-management app, designed to help reduce symptoms of stress, anxiety or depression by combining elements of CBT, mindfulness and meditation. 

Benefits:

  • Plenty of free content
  • Evidence-based
  • Daily reminders help you stay on track

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