Mental Health Apps


Calm’s goal is to “help you improve your health and happiness” through meditation and other tools.

Learn More


Headspace’s mission is to “improve the health and happiness of the world” through meditation and other tools.

Learn More

Insight Timer

A free meditation app to help with sleep, anxiety and stress.

Learn More

UCLA Mindful App

Free guided meditations in English and at least 13 other languages.

Learn More

Elite HRV

“Monitor your health and recovery for lifelong performance” by measuring your HRV.

Learn More

Paced Breathing

“Paced Breathing helps you improve your breathing by giving you visual, audio, and haptic (vibrate) breathing cues.”

Learn More

My Life

“MyLife Meditation is a meditation and mindfulness app that offers daily wellness check-ins and suggests activities personalized on how you feel.”

Learn More

ACT Coach

“This app offers exercises, tools, information, and tracking logs so you can practice what you’re learning in your daily life.”

Learn More

Recovery Record

This app helps track emotions, thoughts, and actions in relation to your eating habits and suggests coping strategies that are evidence-based.

Learn More


“An innovative, personalized meditation experience that helps people improve their stress, sleep, focus, mood, and more.”

Learn More

Mental Health Podcasts

Small Things Often podcast cover

Small Things Often

“Quick tips about relationships” from the Gottman Institute.

Learn More

Foreplay Radio

“A couples and sex therapy podcast with experts having the real conversations about love and sex.”

Learn More

Where should we begin podcast cover

Where Should We Begin

“A Podcast for anyone who has ever loved. Listen as real couples anonymously bare the raw, intimate, and profound details of their story” with a couples therapist.

Learn More

Unlocking Us

“Conversations that unlock the deeply human part of who we are, so that we can live, love, parent, and lead with more courage and heart.”

Learn More

Dare to Lead

“Conversations with change-catalysts, culture-shifters and more than a few troublemakers who are innovating, creating, and daring to lead.”

Learn More

The Science of Happiness podcast cover

The Science of Happiness

“What does it take to live a happier life? Learn research-tested strategies that you can put into practice today.”

Learn More

The Happiness Lab podcast cover

The Happiness Lab

“In ‘The Happiness Lab’ podcast, Yale professor Dr. Laurie Santos will take you through the latest scientific research and share some surprising and inspiring stories that will forever alter the way you think about happiness.”

Learn More

Hidden Brain

“Hidden Brain explores the unconscious patterns that drive human behavior and questions that lie at the heart of our complex and changing world.”

Learn More

Nature vs Nurture podcast cover

Nature vs Nurture

“Each week, Dr. Wendy sits down with a different set of parents for a therapy session. This podcast allows the listener to go on another family’s journey and to receive practical advice along the way.”

Learn More

The OCD Stories

“The OCD Stories podcast is a show that aims to offer hope and inspiration. Host Stuart Ralph interviews some of the best minds in OCD treatment and recovery to share their advice, to both entertain and educate listeners towards a healthier life.”

Learn More

Mental Health Videos

The Struggle Switch

Dr. Russ Harris, Acceptance & Commitment Therapist, explains anxiety through the struggle switch metaphor.

The Unwelcome Party Guest –

An Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) Metaphor by Steve Hayes and Joe Oliver. This clip is another example of acceptance and the struggle that comes when we don’t accept an unpleasant thought, feeling, memory, etc., in our life.

The Secret to Self Control

Jonathan Bricker and Tedx illustrate an approach to behavior change based on “willingness,” a concept of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.

The Happiness Trap: Evolution of the Human Mind

Dr. Russ Harris illustrates how the human mind has naturally evolved to create psychological suffering. That is why therapeutic tools are helpful in combating this suffering.

The Power of Small

Aisling Leonard-Curtin, M.Sc., C.Psychol., Ps.S.I. and Tedx illustrate the inescapable nature of unwanted experiences and unwanted emotions and how we can choose to move toward our values in those moments rather than away from our values.

Internal Struggles (The Chessboard Metaphor)

Dr. Russ Harris illustrates the internal struggles we all have with our feelings and thoughts and how we can step back from them.

How Mindfulness Empowers Us: An Animation
Narrated by Sharon Salzberg

“Mindfulness allows us to see our thoughts and feelings as they really are, freeing us from old ways of thinking.” – Happify

Why Mindfulness Is a Superpower
An Animation by Happify

“Practicing mindfulness is one of the single most powerful things you can do for your wellbeing.” –Happify

Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse by The Gottman Institute

“Certain negative communication styles are so lethal to a relationship that Dr. John Gottman calls them the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. They predict relationship failure with over 90% accuracy if the behavior isn’t changed.” – The Gottman Institute. This video illustrates what you can do to change these behaviors.

Empathy vs. Sympathy by Brené Brown

Dr. Brené Brown illustrates how the best way to create genuine empathic connection is if we are brave enough to get in touch with our own vulnerable emotions.

Blame by Brené Brown and RSA

Dr. Brené Brown explains how easy it is to blame others, how it hurts our relationships, and why it is helpful to change this behavior.

The gift and power of emotional courage by Susan David and TED

Psychologist Susan David challenges how society prioritizes positivity instead of the data that comes from ALL of our emotions. She explores how we can work toward emotional agility instead of emotional avoidance.

The power of vulnerability by Brené Brown and TedX

Dr. Brené Brown explains her research on her concept of Wholeheartedness, discussing authenticity, worthiness, compassion, connection, and courage.

My identity is a superpower – not an obstacle | America Ferrera | TED

Tracing the contours of her career, America Ferrera calls for more authentic representation of different cultures in media – and a shift in how we tell our stories.

Mental Health Books