Sexual violence affects hundreds of people EACH WEEK and 40% tell no one about it. This app would provide self help in the aftermath including access to services, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) symptom support and self help ideas. Patients can use the app in private and regain some control of their lives. The app could be used by men, women and young people and their loved ones. It would be structured in 3 parts ...more »
I have used this CBT app, it was recommended by my local GP. I used it to tackle my anxiety and worry that i have had for many years. I have had counselling and therapy before but this app made perfect sense to me, was easy to follow and wasnt patronising or full of psycho babble.
I cannot recommend it enough, since using it three o my friends have also downloaded it and only wish it was on prescription.
This App proposal should improve information gathering and save midwives time to care for women If you agree please Register and then tick "I agree" , not just tick "Like" button. So far 24 people seem to "like" the idea on this website and 202 seem to like the idea on facebook but the site has only received 8 usable Votes. Thanks To see in full our ideas for the free universal app which is needed at the start of each ...more »
OASIS - Online Access to Services, Information and Support is in development to provide online support to people in mental health and wellbeing. As many as 1 in 4 of us experience some form of mental health condition at some time in our lives. The OASIS project is being developed by Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Foundation Trust (CPFT). We will review and signpost other online mental health apps, so if you are developing ...more »
Providing a forum whereby patients suffering from a certain chronc illness or disease could connect with other patients and discuss ways of coping, treatments and therapies that have worked for them, and support groups available. Patients would register in their local area to the forum relevant to their illness. and then could be linked to relevant community services, and see adverts for local voluntary groups. There ...more »
I've suffered from anxiety for years and medication has'nt ever helped me. I've tried therapy, but I felt patronized and it never really gave me anything other than time talking about how anxious i was. This app has been a revelation. It's really easy to understand and the techniques are easy to use each day, and they help. It's like having a therapist in my hand. My husband is so pleased too! I would recommend it so ...more »
Moodometer is a discrete, portable and easy to use interactive mood diary which helps you monitor, understand and receive top tips on your emotional wellbeing, whenever or wherever you are. Emotional wellbeing is as important as our physical health and the more we are aware of how we feel - be it happy or sad - the more we can start to take control of our own health. With millions of people updating Twitter and Facebook ...more »