APPS AND E-LINKS
SPARX is an online e-therapy tool provided by the University of Auckland, and funded by the Prime Minister’s Youth Mental Health Project. SPARX is free in New Zealand. SPARX has been proven to help young people with mild to moderate depression and anxiety.
Daily mini-missions to help you feel good! The All Right? App helps you improve your health and wellbeing by reminding you to do the simple things that make a difference. It will give you an easy "mini mission" each day around the area of your choice. As you complete missions, the app will reward you with positive feedback and beads that show how many missions you've completed.
The Journal is designed to teach you skills that can help get through mild to moderate depression more effectively. By working through the programme, you will be taught the principles and application of some of the most effective self-help techniques.
Treats depression and anxiety by using cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). Talk to your doctor if you think Beating the Blues could be helpful for you (requires doctor referral).
Meditation made simple. Brilliant things happen in calm minds.
Web-based app. Moodscope enables you to measure your your daily ups and downs with a simple scoring system and track these scores over time.
Anyone who wants to check in with a friend but is concerned about saying the wrong thing or making the situation worse.
SuperBetter increases resilience - the ability to stay strong, motivated and optimistic even in the face of difficult obstacles.
Werry Workforce Wharaurau is a part of the University of Auckland that support CAFS and CAMHS. They have created a series of videos called the Drive Series that are designed to give rangatahi and whanau more knowledge of what goes on in mental health services as well as answering common questions about medication and therapy.
Check in with how you’re feeling and try short activities tuned to your emotions.
Change the way you feel. An app for dealing with stress, low moods and anxiety
Overcome stress and negative thoughts. Build resilience.
Happify is the single destination for effective, evidence-based solutions for better emotional health and wellbeing in the 21st century.
E-cigarettes are a tool some people use to help them quit smoking. They produce a heated vapour that you inhale instead of smoking a cigarette.
Feeling down after a breakup? Or just finding it hard to find motivation for anything? Have you lost some of your spark? Breakup Shakeup can help you come up with cool ideas what to do about it. Getting active and socialising are amongst the best things you can do to start feeling happier and stronger again.
The Chats for life app will help you to plan a conversation with someone that you may be concerned about, who may be struggling or not going well. Designed with and for young people, a series of short videos will give you tips on how you may support their mental health and wellbeing.
Here you’ll find professionally-reviewed mobile apps and tools to help you look after your health and wellbeing.
App for iPhones. Designed by clinical psychologists, this app is designed to assist with managing anxiety and panic attacks by providing immediate access to tools to help you cope. Charge applies.
An online resource created and managed by Dr Antonio Fernando, a senior lecturer at the University of Auckland. The website has tools for coping with stress and managing life.