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App designed to coach well-being, and address anxiety and depression, including within the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Countries of use

Australia and New Zealand, with plans to expand to other countries.




(Based in New Zealand)


As developer, including support from the New Zealand Ministry of Health, Westpac, Kiwi Bank, Amazon, Lowndes Jordan and AIA Vitality

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Allows networking with other people like me / Family / Friends Allows networking with other people like me / Family / Friends
Reminders Reminders
Support to deal with symptoms/disabilities Support to deal with symptoms/disabilities
Self-monitoring Self-monitoring
Trackers Trackers
Information Information


The app is designed to help people in Australia and New Zealand deal with anxiety and depression. It has been updated to address mental health during the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The app brings together a set of tools, resources and links, for example:

  • A worry map, to help you define a worry, consider how to address the worry, with the aim of `letting it go’
  • A mood tracker to record and track how you are feeling over time, together with reasons why you may be feeling this way
  • Links for emergency support in Australia or the US.

The app was originally developed to tackle stress and anxiety in the workplace. A free version has been specially adapted to support people in New Zealand and Australia throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)  ·  Medical


Reviewer: Health Navigator New Zealand, a not for profit community for recommendations on health information

“The app has ideas and tools to help you learn how to be well and stay well throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. It helps you deal with common stressors (such as poor sleep, anxiety and stress). During the app setup you are asked to set your intent – what you would like to improve.To help you achieve this, it has a variety of tools including the following: 

  • a worry map, in which you describe your worry, create a plan of action and let go of the worry
  • breath training to improve your body's stress response
  • be kind, an interactive feature where you spin a wheel of kindness, select an action (such as smile at a stranger) and commit to doing it
  • a mood tracker, which is a diary feature to track your mood and the reasons you feel that way
a personality quiz where you can find out a bit more about yourself.”
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