The Wardley Wellbeing Hub is the central area for the ACTNow campaign.
Finding the best apps which work for you and your wellbeing needs can be tricky. That’s why we’ve done the hard work for you and brought together the very best to support your wellbeing journey. You can also get involved and share your reviews with your pharmacy family across the country using the review form.
Making sense of your moods, with a focus on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).Find out more
Live a healthier, happier, more well-rested life in just a few minutes a day with the Headspace app.Find out more
An online sleep improvement programme which delivers tailored and engaging advice, 24/7.Find out more
A workplace mental health platform, empowering organisations and employees to improve wellbeing.Find out more
The approachable new way to address worry and anxietyFind out more
Stress & Anxiety Companion
Help reduce every day stress and anxiety using cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)Find out more
WorryTree helps you record, manage and problem solve your worries and anxiety based on CBT techniques.Find out more
Student Health App provides useful and reliable health information for students - all in one single place.Find out more
Streaks is the to-do list that helps you form good habits. Complete a task and extend your streak.Find out more
The world's best way to learn a language. Learn 30+ languages online with bite-size lessons.Find out more
Skillshare is a learning platform with online classes taught by the world's best practitioners.Find out more
Find and read more books you'll love, and keep track of the books you want to read.Find out more
Helping you find shows on the topics you care about, including pharmacy, and play them at your convenience.Find out more
Coaching you to a healthier and more active life, in collaboration with The American Heart Association.Find out more
The ASICS Runkeeper app helps people get out of the door and stick with running.Find out more
A series of yoga workouts to train different parts of your body for both men and women.Find out more
This list has been compiled by Pharmacist Support as a useful guide to apps available to support your wellbeing. Whilst most apps are based on science and psychology, they shouldn’t be used as a substitute for a trained counsellor or therapist. If you need further support, please contact our free and confidential Services Team or visit your GP.
Please check the suitability and mobile compatibility of each app. Despite most of the apps being free to download, some have costs or there may be potential in-app purchases. As the apps are purely suggestions, Pharmacist Support is not affiliated with any of the links and therefore not liable for any incurred costs or download issues.