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Wellness Wednesday Tip: Free Apps to Promote Resilience
Welcome to the first Wellness Wednesday in honor of Trauma Awareness Month. We hope these tips provide you with ideas and resources to build your resilience. This week’s tip highlights apps that can build protective factors to promote resilience and reduce the development of secondary and vicarious trauma.
This app created by the National Center for Telehealth & Technology offers health care providers tools to guard against burnout and compassion fatigue as they help individuals with trauma exposure. Learn more information about it here: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/provider-resilience/id559806962
Developed by Trauma Resource Institute and narrated by iChill was narrated by Elaine Miller-Karas, LCSW, institute co-founder. The app is based on the Community Resiliency Model. Learn more about this app here: http://www.ichillapp.com/
Based on the science of happiness, this app provides individualized recommendations for activities that can increase happiness and promote wellbeing. Happify was created in 2012 by Tomer Ben-Kiki, Ofer Leidner, and Andy Parsons, entrepreneurs united by a belief that technology should be used to make peoples’ lives better. Learn more about it here: https://www.happify.com/
Developed by Jane McGonigal, Researcher and game designer, the heart of SuperBetter is the Live Gamefully® method, a framework that brings the psychological strengths and mindset of gameplay to real life. SuperBetter help to build protective factors and reduce barrier to resilience. Learn more about this app here: https://www.superbetter.com/science
Developed by the National Center for Telehealth and Technology, this app helps individuals learn about and manage symptoms that often occur after trauma. Features include reliable information on PTSD and treatments that work, tools for screening and tracking your symptoms and convenient, easy-to-use tools to help handle stress symptoms. Learn more about this app here: https://www.ptsd.va.gov/appvid/mobile/ptsdcoach_app.asp .