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LAST PUBLISHED 17 August 2021

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tomo is expertly designed to support you with many of life's obstacles, including social anxiety, poor sleep and keeping on top of everyday tasks.

What is tomo?

Combining digital peer support with the best of social media with proven therapeutic techniques, the friendly tomo bot suggests habits that will improve your wellbeing and learns how you handle challenges. tomo's personalised suggestions, prompts and feedback help you to identify positive habits and build achievable change over time.

The app also provides a supportive from the tomo community where you post photos of your achievements to reward and motivate yourself and inspire others to do the same. The tomo community is completely anonymous, moderated and safe to use.

tomo is based on Behavioural Activation (BA), a well-established therapy that is now a core part of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). Psychiatrists and therapists use BA to tackle depression, anxiety and many other mental health issues as it helps people understand the relationship between their behaviour and their mental wellbeing.

Ready to take the first step to a happier and healthier you?

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Benefits

  • Over 50 healthy habits to choose from, to boost your mood and improve your well-being

  • Access to a supportive community

  • Free through Good Thinking

Considerations

  • Based on clinically proven Behavioural Activation therapy

  • Building healthy habits takes practice. Works best when you choose 3-5 habits to practice from once a week to once a month, for a period three months.


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tomo is expertly designed to support you with many of life's obstacles, including social anxiety, poor sleep and keeping on top of everyday tasks.

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