Provides advice helpful to people with anxiety, debt, stress, or work problems.
App aimed at teenagers to help resist or manage the urge to self-harm.
“The Calm Harm app powered by Stem4 helps young people resist or manage the urge to self-harm. Developed by Dr Nihara Krause, a Consultant Clinical Psychologist, together with ideas from young people, Calm Harm uses strategies from Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) to help users learn to identify and manage their ‘emotional mind’, teaching impulse control, emotional regulation and tracking underlying triggers to harmful urges…
…We worked co-collaboratively with young people to develop Calm Harm. The co-collaborative workshops with young people explored desired outputs, user journeys, visual concepts, security/privacy, user experience, and tone of voice…
…Calm Harm is recommended for the ages of 13 years and above. If a younger child would like to use it, it is recommended that this is done under the guidance of a responsible adult.
…Calm Harm educates using strategies from evidence-based Dialectic Behaviour Therapy (DBT). DBT has been shown to be an effective treatment for some groups of patients who self-harm…
…Please note that Calm Harm is not a substitute for assessment and intervention by a mental health professional. It is recommended a GP should be consulted in the first instance.”Stem4, the UK youth mental health charity which developed the app with young people | http://bit.ly/2Z6kU3I
App and online tool to help people with mental health needs to access patient groups, charities and other sources of support across the UK
“Hub of Hope believes that no matter what you're going through, you shouldn't have to do it alone. Find services local to you using geolocation technology.
The stigma associated with mental health can make it difficult to talk about, however there are services out there with people who understand and are ready to help….
…Using the Hub of Hope is completely free and confidential. You are not required to provide any personal information or pay for use. It is simply there to say, if you should ever need help, whether for you or somebody you are looking after, we’ll make it easier to find.
The Hub of Hope has already been described as a vital and lifesaving tool by charities and mental health trusts.
In less than a year since its launch, the Hub of Hope has had
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