My Possible Self: The Mental Health App

Category: Mental health

Free, with in-app purchases

Take control of your thoughts, feelings and behaviour with the My Possible Self mental health app. Use the simple learning modules to manage fear, anxiety and stress and tackle unhelpful thinking. Record your experiences and track symptoms to better understand your mental health. 

This app has been updated and is currently under reassessment.


Who is it suitable for?

Anyone over the age of 18 who suffers from stress and anxiety.

How does it work?

My Possible Self brings together content from world-leading mental health experts designed to help you learn how to improve your thoughts, feelings and behaviour. The information has been proven to reduce stress, anxious feelings and low mood in just eight weeks.

Use the app’s learning modules to prevent day-to-day problems from holding you back, manage fear and improve your happiness and wellbeing. New modules will be added on a regular basis.

Track how you feel every day with the free ‘Mood Tracker’. Highlight activities, people and places that influence your mood, so you can focus on the things that make you feel great, and do less of the things that don’t.

The ‘Building Happiness & Wellbeing’ module is available for free when you download the app, and you can access the rest of the modules via a monthly subscription.

Report an issue

You can contact the developer directly to report any issue or if you have any questions about this product.

Please share the details through our contact form for our records.

How do I access it?

My Possible Self is free to download from the App Store and Google Play but offers in-app purchases.

Page last reviewed: 14/06/2018
Next review due: 14/06/2021


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