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Are recurring nightmares keeping you from enjoying the benefits of a restful night’s sleep? Take back your night and improve your mental health with Dream EZ, the app that helps you sleep better. Designed to be used along with imagery rehearsal therapy, the Dream EZ app helps military members, veterans and other users “rescript” their nightmares so they become less intense and less frequent.
Our comprehensive set of pregnancy tools makes it easy to track your pregnancy and create a keepsake of memories and milestones.
Use the award-winning Virtual Hope Box app to reduce your stress and anxiety and elevate your mood. Designed initially for use in conjunction with treatment, Virtual Hope Box is also beneficial for use as a self-care tool. Virtual Hope Box contains simple but powerful tools for relaxation, positive thinking and coping with depression.
Lower your stress and reduce your anxiety with Breathe2Relax. Initially designed for the military community but beneficial for use by anyone, the relaxation app trains you on the “belly breathing” technique that has proven benefits for your overall mental health. Use the app’s breathing exercises to learn and practice the breathing technique on your own or as part of a stress management program supervised by your health care provider.
With the LifeArmor app, military members and civilians can privately take self-assessments to recognize symptoms and learn more about PTSD, anger, depression, sleep problems and 12 other common mental health concerns. Explore causes, symptoms and solutions. Hear service members and veterans describe how they overcame their mental health challenges. The app was developed by psychologists at Defense Health Agency Connected Health, formerly known as the National Center for Telehealth & Technology.
Use this positivity app to improve your mood, take your mind off negative thoughts and overcome depression. Positive Activity Jackpot offers a selection of more than 380 activities to motivate you to get out each day. Choose an activity yourself or “pull” the jackpot arm for randomly selected options among 11 categories. The app also makes it easy to find a nearby event, invite friends and put the activity on your electronic calendar.
The Positive Activity Jackpot app was developed by DHA Connected Health (formerly the National Center for Telehealth & Technology, or T2), a branch of the Defense Health Agency within the U.S. Department of Defense.
Health care providers who treat any types of patients - including military personnel, veterans and their families - can protect themselves from burnout, compassion fatigue and secondary traumatic stress by using the Provider Resilience app. This research-supported, stress-reducing app gives you tools to assess and manage your risk for burnout, recharge your batteries, and keep yourself productive and emotionally healthy as a provider. The Provider Resilience app was developed by DHA Connected Health (formerly the National Center for Telehealth & Technology, or T2), a branch of the Defense Health Agency within the U.S. Department of Defense.
Start using it now to protect your mental health and maintain the drive and energy you need to provide the best care.
Monitor and manage your emotions and mental health by using the award-winning T2 Mood Tracker app. Use it wherever you are to rate and record emotions related to anxiety, depression, stress, PTSD, head injury - or a new category you create. The app makes it easy to see any trends and share the data with your therapist or doctor, and is especially helpful for cognitive behavioral therapy.
Developed primarily as an in-the-moment tracking tool for members of the military community, T2 Mood Tracker has proved helpful for civilians as well. It received first place in the “General Wellness” category during the Apps4Army competition.
The app was created by DHA Connected Health (formerly the National Center for Telehealth & Technology, or T2), a branch of the Defense Health Agency within the U.S. Department of Defense.
Use this award-winning, paced breathing app to learn the technique - used by warfighters, firefighters and police officers - for managing your heart rate, emotions and concentration during times of stress or anxiety. Proper breathing is critical for maintaining control of your mind and body, so you can perform at your best and make sound decisions under difficult circumstances.
Although the paced-breathing technique was developed primarily for intense combat situations, anyone can use Tactical Breather as a relaxation tool to manage stressful life situations like presentations, performances, competitions, test-taking, job interviews and more.
Many of the breathing exercises in this app were provided by retired Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, former West Point psychology professor and best-selling author of “On Combat: The Psychology and Physiology of Deadly Conflict in War and in Peace.” The app received second place in the “General Wellness” category in the Apps4Army competition.
The Tactical Breather app was created by DHA Connected Health (formerly the National Center for Telehealth & Technology, or T2), a branch of the Defense Health Agency within the U.S. Department of Defense.