you want to tell us
Your e-mail
Your name
Your phone number

Therapy Apps

Therapy Apps development
People used to go to an office to see a doctor for mental health care. People had to take time out of their busy schedules to drive to the therapist's office, wait in traffic, and then try to be vulnerable and truthful on the couch of a (potential stranger). These factors contribute to why more people choose to cancel their therapist appointments in person. People may receive counselling from the comfort of their own homes through secure chat, phone, and video sessions. (In some cases, insurance plans can cover online therapy sessions).

You can meet with your therapist conveniently and find the right therapist to fit your personal needs and lifestyle with an online therapy app if you are seeing a person therapist, a marital counsellor, or a couple's therapist. The therapy apps are normally tailored to your specific needs (based on your personal information). ReGain, for example, focuses on an online couple of services. Perhaps you would like to improve your communication with your partner. Perhaps you want to learn how to cope with anxiety, stress, or depression. Online therapy, delivered through a safe therapy network, offers accredited counselling for these and other issues.

Experts believe that therapy apps offer innovative ways of managing mental health, even though they lack peer-reviewed evidence to back them up. Several researchers are developing guidelines for mental health applications. Meanwhile, the American Psychiatric Association has created an app rating system to assist physicians, clinical psychologists, psychotherapists, and other mental health professionals in determining the effectiveness and dangers of mobile and web applications.

To be sure, the American Psychiatric Association does not offer mobile health applications a rating for its members. Their app assessment model allows clinicians to make educated choices about whether an app is right for them and their patients. The framework evaluates the software for safety/privacy, scientific proof of effectiveness, ease of use, and interoperability (the app's ability to download/share data for further analysis).

What are therapy applications?

When you can't help yourself out of an emotional rut or have a problem that's too hard to sort out with a friend, talking to a qualified mental health professional can be a huge help.

Many people find it challenging to find the right therapist nearby. They have too many responsibilities to leave the house for an appointment, a consultation, or to return to therapy regularly.

Therapy apps that allow you to find a great person to talk to over the phone, email, or video can be a lifesaver in this situation. It can be used in conjunction with in-person therapy for certain individuals. There are many advantages to "elemental wellbeing," including reduced costs, greater discretion, and a wide range of therapists to choose from. The best platforms are also extremely secure. Therapy Apps are typically designed with privacy and security features that equal those found in banks.

There are currently some counseling applications available, including Talkspace, BetterHelp, Larkr, Regain, Teencounselling, and several others.

Why use Apps for Therapy?

Many therapists believe that mental health apps are an important supplement to psychotherapy because they help them establish a closer relationship with their patients and increase their ability to monitor their symptoms and moods. Two of the most commonly used of these apps are T2 Mood Tracker, created by the National Center for Telehealth and Technology (T2), and Optimism Online. This mood tracking application enables clinicians to monitor client entries and notifies them of issues as they occur.

Keely Kolmes, PsyD, a clinical psychologist in San Francisco, said that many of her clients prefer apps to paper-based methods to record their thoughts and emotions.

«Therapy Apps prompt my clients to record stuff like their mood, whether they exercised, consumed alcohol, or slept well," she says. "So that I can provide an accurate image of their week, rather than them attempting to recreate things on paper the day before therapy or during therapy, which is far less reliable.»

Patients can access therapy Apps 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and they can be a valuable source of academic knowledge, particularly when their clinician is unavailable. Both include T2's PTSD Coach and CPT Coach Apps and Day to Day, which provides a constant stream of advice, encouragement, and other information to improve a user's mood during the day. A collection of apps designed by Northwestern University's Center for Behavioral Intervention Technologies for people with depression and anxiety, IntelliCare includes Day to Day, a tool designed to raise awareness about depression and anxiety. Several studies suggest that health apps can enhance patient outcomes and satisfaction, but further research is required.

Do I need to create an app for my business?

Yes, it is extremely beneficial, and the possibilities and prospects it offers are virtually endless. Online counseling and therapy applications were already common before the pandemic.

Companies that provide mental health services see an increase in new demand due to pandemic stress.

Here are some examples:
  1. Keep track of your counseling appointments, write a "Helpful Takeaway" for each one, and keep track of your progress.
  2. Make a task list for your homework assignments.
  3. Create a list of "Things to Bring Up" at your next session and set a warning reminder for it.

By eliminating the obstacles to care, therapy apps can meet individuals who would otherwise go untreated. Unfortunately, only a small number of individuals regularly seek clinical assistance for mental health issues. This may be due to various factors, including a physical inability to leave their homes due to extreme anxiety or a lack of mobility, or a lack of financial resources.

Another aspect of mobile apps' attraction is their anonymity. Apps for therapy can have anonymity and confidentiality. They can provide a haven for people who are too embarrassed to talk about their mental health problems in public or who are afraid of being stigmatized or unfairly branded. The anonymity of using an app provides certain people with the sense of separation they need while also allowing them to find answers to their questions in the privacy of their own homes.

All these reasons prove that especially now, during the pandemic, you will be able to reach out to more people in need, track your patients' progress, and get more results if you create a therapy app for your business.

Why choose Workin Geeks?

Workin Geeks can create a therapy app for your business on time according to a pre-agreed plan. We have the best highly skilled team, with in-depth knowledge about developing apps, designing Android and iOS, and product management.

We can develop an app for you no matter where you are in the world, all it takes is to leave a request on our website – Workin Geeks, and we will contact you.
How to find us
[email protected]

...or just fill this form.
How to find us

[email protected]

...or just fill this form.