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3 Free Apps For When You Can't Afford A Therapist

We've all been there - We need help but right now, we can't afford it. It's not fun. It's scary. Thinking that you can't afford help makes you feel even more out of control and can often spiral your mental health even more. We've compiled a list of FREE apps that can assist you when you're down and out and need a little help getting back to your regular life.


1. ACT Coach


ACT Coach is a free app available in the iOS store. It's original purpose is to help veterans manage their PTSD, but is a WONDERFUL resource full of activities and lessons to help anyone going through a tough time. You can track your progress as well which is always a huge help when improving your mental health.





2. Depression CBT Self-Help Guide


This self-help app on the Google Play store is full of resources and helpful readings to help you get to know reasons behind low mental health and ways to adapt to positive thinking. It also is equipped with a helpful assessment test to see where you are and where you might need a little help improving!




3. Happify


Available on both iOS and Google Play stores! How you feel matters! Whether you're feeling sad, anxious, or stressed, Happify brings you effective tools and programs to help you take control of your feelings and thoughts.


Developed by leading scientists and experts who've been studying evidence-based interventions in the fields of positive psychology, mindfulness, and cognitive behavioral therapy for decades.



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