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TAO_Logo1_Color_TAO_Mobile100.pngTAO provides 24/7 accessibility to empirically supported treatment interventions that you can access when it is convenient for you and complete them at your own pace.

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calm-logo100.pngCalm was branded as Apple's "App of the Year" in 2017. The app is designed to reduce anxiety, improve sleep, and help you to feel happier.

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headspace-logo100.pngHeadspace uses mindfulness and meditation to help you perform at your best each day. The app's mission is to provide you with the essential tools to achieve a happier, healthier life.

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pacifica-logo100.pngPacifica is an app with anxiety and stress in mind. It provides a toolbox to deal with daily anxiety and stress, along with a highly supportive community of like-minded individuals.

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moodpath-logo100.pngMoodpath is your pocket-sized mental health companion. The app's goal is to support you through the difficult times and guide you out the other side.

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superbetter-logo100.pngSuperBetter is a game focusing on increasing resilience and the ability to remain strong, optimistic, and motivated when presented with challenging obstacles in life.

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anxiety-relief-hypnosis-logo100.pngAnxiety Relief Hypnosis is an app suggested to help improve relaxation and reduce anxiety within just 1–3 weeks of use.



happify-logo100.pngHappify is a space to overcome negative thoughts and stress and build resilience. Whether you are feeling stressed, anxious, or sad, Happify helps you to regain control of your thoughts and feelings.

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talkspace-logo100.pngTalkspace is a counseling and therapy app that connects users with a convenient, affordable, and confidential way to deal with anxiety, stress, depression, relationship issues, and chronic illness.

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7-cups-logo100.pngIf you are feeling lonely, sad, stressed, or worried, 7 Cups could be the perfect app for you. It provides online therapy and emotional support for anxiety and depression.

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MentalPodLogoFinalYellow100.png The Mental Illness Happy Hour - Candid and humorous conversations about mental health. Hosted by Paul Gilmartin, former host of TBS’s Dinner and a Movie. Guest hosts include comedians and mental health professionals.

The Happiness Lab
The Happiness Lab - Hosted and created by Yale Professor of Psychology Dr. Laurie Santos. This podcast brings to light conversations about how happiness is really achieved and how to truly change our ways of becoming happy. Through scientific research and real stories, listeners can forever change how they think about being happy.


SlayerprofilepiciTunes100.png Anxiety Slayer - Hosted by Shann Vander Leek & Ananga Sivyer. This podcast is focused on meditation and relaxation-type activities such as breathing tools and self-affirmations.

thedarkplace100.png The Dark Place – Hosted by Joel Kutz. Each episode is an open conversation about the guest host’s experiences of struggles with mental health. Joel is a young producer and crisis hotline volunteer who describes that no topic is “too taboo” for The Dark Place.

hilarous-world-depression100.png The Hilarious World of Depression – Hosted by John Moe, comedian and former NPR correspondent. This podcast is a series of open and funny conversations about depression between Moe and various guest comedians including Peter Sagal, Andy Richter, and Paul F. Tompkins.

NAAS_COVER_fade100.png Not Another Anxiety Show – Hosted by Kelli Walker, who is a registered nurse, wellness coach, and previously suffered from agoraphobia. Some episodes are conversations with other experts, while in others Kelli offers information and practical tips about how to manage anxiety.

cropped-strugglebus_100.png The Struggle Bus – Hosted by Sally Tamarkin and Katharine Heller. The hosts are quick to assert that they don’t have professional training other than “lots of feelings and opinions”. Listeners write in with questions or concerns and the hosts reply on air with tips and feedback.

TOYF_Light_3-optimized100.png The One You Feed – Hosted by Eric Zimmer, The One You Feed is a podcast that describes itself as a discussion about habits, meditation, and various mental health topics. Guests on the show include many well-known writers and experts in meditation and psychology such as Sharon Salzberg, Stephen Hayes, and Tara Brach.

hardcorepodcast100.png The Hardcore Self-Help Podcast – Hosted by Robert Duff, a psychologist in Southern California. Dr. Huff responds to listener questions on topics related to mental health such as anxiety, depression, and relationships. Dr. Huff tries to avoid jargon and be down-to-earth in his show.

ADHD100.png ADHD ReWired – Hosted by Licensed Social Worker Eric Tivers, this podcast focuses on ADHD. The podcast shares stories, interviews individuals who have dealt with ADHD, and offers tips for those coping with ADHD to increase their productivity and functioning.

happier100.png Happier – Hosted by Gretchen Rubin and co-hosted by her sister Elizabeth Craft. Rubin is the author of the book The Happiness and the podcast provides tips and tricks to “increase happiness”. These tips are often of the “life-hack” variety and provide listeners ideas on how to improve their quality of life.

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