Helpful Apps

Check out the below website for thousands of current mental health apps based on filters such as cost, evidence, features (specific skills or tracking) or condition. The website is updated every six months to ensure the content is accurate.

Mobile Health Index and Navigation Database, App Evaluation Resources from the Division of Digital Psychiatry at BIDMC

King’s Counseling Center Staff App Recommendations

App Name Purpose
Calm, Headspace, Insight Timer Meditation
Breathwrk Breathing
Sanvello Anxiety/depression self-help
I am Daily affirmations
How We Feel, eMoods Bipolar Mood Tracker Mood journaling
PTSD Coach Trauma
The Self Compassion App Self-compassion, self help
Grateful Gratitude journaling
CBT-I Coach Insomnia
Actively Moving Forward Online grief support network
Recovery Record Eating disorders
Virtual Hope Box Suicidality

Counseling Center Staff Podcast Recommendations

  • Mental Health University
  • The Happiness Lab
  • The Positive Psychology Podcast
  • College is Fine, Everything is Fine
  • Therapy for Black Girls
  • Mental Health Training Room
  • CWC Talks: The College Mental Health Podcast
  • College Minds: Navigating Mental Health and Student Success
  • Unlocking Us with Brené Brown
  • Meditation Minis

Other Helpful Resources

General Mental Health Resources

Crisis Resources

Topic Specific Resources

Note: The King's College Counseling Center believes the information on this page could be helpful to you. However, this does not imply that the Counseling Center endorses all of the information provided through these apps, podcasts or at these sites; nor are we suggesting that any of this information should take the place of professional mental health treatment.

If you are struggling, please reach out to the Counseling Center at 570-208-5873 or email us at