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It’s not uncommon to see headlines about how social media is bad for mental health, but with the right approach, it’s possible to appreciate the benefits and take care of your mental health too.
Young people share ideas for how to cope with low mood and feeling down or depressed.
It can be difficult to know how to express yourself, whatever’s on your mind. Here are some ideas for ways to get started on your own or with the help of others.
The Smile app helps people with chronic physical health conditions manage their wellbeing using five evidence-based approaches.
The Voda app helps LGBTQ+ people learn self-care, manage stress and anxiety, and manage queer-specific issues.
The DiveThru app provides self-guided resources created by therapists to support people aged 13 and above to check in with their wellbeing and access helpful coping tools.
Movember Conversations is a website full of information and support to help you talk to men about mental health.
The Actissist app is designed to support people who have experienced psychosis to access helpful strategies.
The Feeling Good Teens app offers audio tracks based on Positive Mental Training, a technique from Olympic sports coaching.
An animation answering the question ‘What are eating disorders?’
The Worth Warrior app is designed to help young people manage negative body image, low self-worth, and related eating difficulties or disorders.
The Rootd app is designed to help people who experience panic attacks and anxiety.