WELLBEING APPS

Keep yourself psychologically safe with the apps introduced on Day 20 of Covid-19 Lockdown

Published on Thursday, April 16, 2020

https://www.melonhealth.com/covid-19/  - includes a health journal, questions to check in on how you are doing, Coping tools and resources for support

https://www.mentemia.com/- Sir John Kirwan new app to help people with Happiness, Stress, Anxiety, Relationships, Sleep and Energy.

https://www.justathought.co.nz/covid19 -The course will teach you how to support your mental and emotional health through learning how to look after your worry and choose behaviours that will help you and your whanau stay on track.

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