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Mental Health Apps and ADAA - in the News:
- 02/17/2019: PsyberGuide Seeks to Provide Unbiased Reviews of Mental Health Apps, Digital Tools, WashingtonPost.com
- 07/02/2018: From Apps to Avatars, New Tools for Taking Control of Your Mental Health, Stephen Schueller, PhD
- 12/21/2017: Why Choosing a Mental Health App is Harder Than You Think, NBCNews.com, Stephen Schueller, PhD
- 10/16/2017: Mindfulness Apps Aim To Help People Disconnect From Stress, NPR.org
- 08/23/2017: Depressed but Can't see a Therapist? This Chatbot Could Help, Los Angeles Times
- 08/22/2017: New Technology Is Revolutionizing How We Treat Mental Health, Bustle
- 08/22/2017: Detecting Bipolar Episodes…with Your Phone, Care For Your Mind
- 07/12/2017 Feeling Depressed? These Apps Can Help, Or Get You Help, Android Central, Dr. Van Ameringen
Other App News:
- New User-Friendly Apps Can Help Older Adults Manage Mental Issues, PsychCentral, August 2017
- New Collection of Apps Can Reduce Depression and Anxiety by 50%, Hey Sigmund, January 2017
- 6 Apps Mental Health Professionals Rate Highly, Walden University, June 2017
- Top 10 Most Innovative Apps for College Students, Studysoup.com
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