Mental Health Apps

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Mental health apps can be effective in making therapy more accessible, efficient, and portable. Below are apps (listed alphabetically) that have been reviewed by ADAA members. These volunteer reviewers are mental health professionals with degrees in psychology, medicine, social work, and counseling; they are not involved in the development or marketing of mobile apps.

App Developers: Interested in being reviewed by ADAA? Please contact us.  Interested in having your app highlighted in our APP Highlight slide? Please contact us.

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