App Resources

We know that technology can help improve your physical health. The same is true for your mental health.  Here are a few smart phone apps that our clinicians have found helpful.

Time Management  |  Stress and Anxiety  |  Depression  |  Mood and Emotion Regulation  |  Mindfulness and Meditation

Time Management

  • 2Do
    • Good for visual people
    • Uses color coding to categorize tasks by type and priority
    • Easy to shift around tasks and to-dos
       
  • Evernote
    • save your ideas, things you like, things you hear, and things you see
    • search by keyword, tag, or images
    • talk to text & recording device
    • sync between phone, tablet, and computer
  • Finish
    • Time management for procrastinators
    • Automatically calculates the duration of your tasks and organizes them by priority
    • Helps prioritize and balance workloads
  • Focus Booster
    • Break your work into manageable chunks
    • Pomodoro timer lets you set a study time duration (with breaks)
    • Green bar keeps you accountable by showing time you have left
       
  • Color Note
    • text or checklist style virtual notepad to track tasks, plan projects, and write reminders to yourself
    • Can sync with Google Calendar and PC desktop
       
  • Crazy Busy with Dr. Hallowell
    • highlight areas in your life that feel out of balance and the app will analyze and summarize data, giving them "Return-on-Time-Invested" and "Worth It" scores
    • Gives suggestions for improvement
    • (upgrade version available with more personalized suggestions, Gratitude Tracker, and time minder/stopwatch)
       
  • Mint
    • track, categorize, and manage your money
    • get advice and suggestions about how to better manage your spending
       
  • RescueTime
    • Tracks time spent on your computer and phone
    • Understand your daily habits so you can be more productive
    • Dashboard shows you how you spend your time