Following John Gottman's ground-breaking research with couples, this app for couples focuses on building love maps and connections.
This app for couples asks a daily question to strengthen relationships. With the free version you are given one question per day; with the paid you still receive a daily question, but in addition you have access to any of the question packs provided.
This workbook, by Lori Schade, PhD, LMFT, provides helpful and insightful tools and concepts for struggling couples. The workbook flow allows couples to move at their own pace and learn as they put the concepts to work.
A book by authors Amir Levine, M.D. and Rachel S. F. Heller, M.A., reviews the powerful research in Attachment Theory and how it applies to relationships. Couples can benefit from taking quizzes to discover their attachment style and better understand how they interrelate one with another in the relationship. This book is highly recommended for couples to read together.
An app for parents of young children providing access to articles, research, and helps for your relationship while trying to parent children effectively. This is a free app that comes with 12 lessons plus a short, daily lesson about such things as labeling emotions, building deeper bonds, helping children to process emotions, etc.
This app gives parents access to several well-researched ways to reduce parenting struggles, all under one roof! These techniques help parents learn some new techniques they may not have known before for raising resilient and emotionally healthy children.
This is a co-parenting app designed for divorced parents. It is free, but does also contain in-app purchases. The app helps co-parents to manage schedules, track expenses and payments, and communicate securely including the sharing of photos or capturing memories. There is also a place to view medical records, school schedules, etc., in a secure location in the app.
This is Water is a video of a graduation speech by David Foster Wallace about mindfulness and reframing thoughts.
Relaxation Skills for Anxiety is a webpage containing several relaxation strategies intended to help individuals with anxiety cope better.
Common Cognitive Distortions is a webpage containing some of the more common thinking errors people tend to experience.
This is a free app created by doctors for improving sleep hygiene and quality of sleep. CBT-i stands for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia.
A compelling book by the Arbinger Institute which teaches through story how to be more effective in managing conflict and not to be at war so much with others without even realizing that we are.
This book, by Michael A. Singer, helps us to learn how to focus on developing more awareness about ourselves and our thinking, and to be more present right now.
A paid app which has a daily calming exercise, sleep stories to help you fall asleep more easily, music to help you relax, and even classes by various experts. This app has an annual subscription of $79.99 after a 7-day free trial.
This app is aimed at improving sleep and has free sounds, meditations, and stories. There is also a paid version with accesss to more sounds, meditations, and stories.
A free gratitude journal complete with questions, reminders, and basically creating a habit of expressing gratitude. A great way to boost mood on a daily basis by focusing on the positive realities in life!
This free app helps you track your feelings and different moods throughout the day/week. It is helpful for getting you to take a minute each day to focus in a healthy way on your mental health and give you ideas for how to take better care of it.
A free app aimed at managing anxiety. This app comes with a daily check-in, a way to track your progress, ways to adjust your thinking, guided meditations, etc.
An app (free) designed to give you daily positive affirmations to keep your thoughts out of negativity. There is a premium (paid) version of this app, as well.
This is a free app, aimed primarily at children between the ages of 7-10, but still useful for other ages. It has Mindful Play, which contains ten mindfulness sessions for kids, and Focus Time, which is a task timer that helps kids to focus and work towards completing a given task. This app helps kids to develop a variety of mental health skills!
A free app for young children (3-7) where they help a sesame street monster regulate his emotions and problem solve.
An app for individuals grappling with pornography addiction to help them be more accountable and quit the use of pornography. An account costs $22.49/month. The app sends reports to identified family/friends or supports and also restricts access to explicit websites.
An app that assists in blocking pornographic websites and restricting apps with pornographic content. It also has accountability reports. $7.99/month.
Addiction Recovery Meetings (sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) are held for free in various locations. Click here to find one near you.
The Grief Journal is a website containing a helpful grief journal for individuals who have lost a loved one and need some additional help in coming to terms with that loss.
Values Assessment is a webpage containing several values an individual can select that are important to him/her.
A website containing a wealth of information, literature, and links to help parents and caregivers assist children who are grieving the loss of parents, friends, siblings, etc.
An organization based out of Portland, Maine. Their website has some great resources, literature, and activities for families and children who are grieving.
A religious article through the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (and one of our therapists) that educates and normalizes about the process of grief.
A children's book that explains death in a simple and beautiful way through the story of how water bugs become dragonflies.
Good Grief is a website which contains several good ideas and resources for helping individuals, adolescents, and children navigate the difficult terrain of grieving.
NAMI Utah works with, supports and provides funding to local programs throughout the state of Utah to organize and evaluate suicide prevention and to promote strategies to help with mental illness. This organization provides not only help but resources both for individuals contemplating suicide, but for family members, as well.
HOPE Squad is a school-based club for suicide prevention in which teens can talk to their peers about suicidal thoughts and intentions. They are trained in QPR (Question, Persuade, and Refer). Their goal is to prevent suicide through awareness and reducing stigma. They are a resource for those who have been affected by suicide.
This website and organization offers help for those who are grieving the loss of a loved one through suicide. Their efforts are geared towards trying to change the culture surrounding suicide and mental health. They provide options to call licensed professionals if an individual is having suicidal thoughts. The number for the lifeline is 988.
SafeUT is a crisis hotline with licensed professionals where individuals can get immediate help at any time of the day. They have outreach help for everyone. Knowing that young people communicate mostly through texting, the organization uses an anonymous app, which helps facilitate their feeling more comfortable asking for help.