Apps for Mental Health

Counseling Services

Creighton University
Harper 1034, Ground floor
Omaha, Nebraska 68178
Phone: (402) 280-2735

8:00-4:30 Monday
10:00-6:30 Tuesday
8:00-6:30 Wednesday
8:00-4:30 Thursday - Friday

Summer Hours

8:00-4:30 Monday - Friday

Below are a variety of Apps you may enjoy or find useful.  Creighton Counseling Center is not endorsing any of the apps specifically, as they are neither maintained by Creighton University nor the Counseling Center.  Most are available free of cost, but others are available for a small fee.  For more information, click the links to contact the companies offering these services.
Apple Apps 

Simply Being Guided Meditation - Voice guided step-by-step instructions for meditation and relaxation.
Transform Your Life: A Year of Awareness Practice by Cheri Huber - Inspirational quotes, encouragement, and daily assignments supporting awareness practice focused on compassionate self-acceptance.
Relax Melodies - White noise ambience for sleep, meditation & yoga.
Bloom - Reminders to make healthy choices, stay connected with others, manage stress, strengthen your spirit, save money, advance your career, and enhance your creativity.
Simply Yoga - Contains 20, 40, or 60 minute yoga routines that step you through each pose. Each pose is demonstrated by a certified personal trainer, simply choose your workout length and follow along in the comfort of your own home.
Breathe2Relax - Breathe2Relax is a portable stress management tool which provides detailed information on the effects of stress on the body and instructions and practice exercises to help users learn the stress management skill called diaphragmatic breathing.
Fluid Monkey - Relax as you enjoy interacting with incredibly smooth and responsive pools of liquid. Use all ten fingers to smear paint, jiggle gelatin, or fling brightly-colored balls through puddles of mud.
Gratitude & Happiness - Self-help Journal, Todo, Thoughts & Mood Tracker.
LearnPanicCBT - A self-treatment program for panic disorder that is based on Cognitive Behavior Therapy principles.
One Love -  Determines if a relationship is unsafe and helps to create the best action plan by weighing an individualís unique characteristics and values.
Circle of 6 - Violence prevention app that allows users to connect with selected friends to stay safe by sharing your location and how they can help. Winner of the 2011 White House "Apps Against Abuse" Challenge.
Stress Check - This research-based assessment tool provides users with an overall stress score that illuminates their current level of stress.
SAM App - An application to help users understand and manage anxiety.
Safety Plan - A list of coping strategies and social supports for use when experiencing suicidal thoughts or emotional distress. For urgent assistance, please view the Emergency Contact page or call the Department of Public Safety (402) 280-2911.