Loyola University Maryland

Counseling Center

Apps

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Below are a variety of Apps you may enjoy or find useful.  We are not endorsing any of the apps specifically, as they are not maintained by Loyola University or the Counseling Center.  Most are free but some are available for a small fee.  For more information, click the links to contact the companies offering these services.

Apple Apps

Simply Being Guided Meditation - Voice guided step-by-step instructions for meditation and relaxation.

Transform Your Life: A Year of Awareness Practice by Cheri Huber - Inspirational quotes, encouragement, and daily assignments supporting awareness practice focused on compassionate self-acceptance.

Relax Melodies - White noise ambience for sleep, meditation & yoga.

iQuarium - Chill out while watching your Parrot Chichlid fish swimming in its tank, feed it, play with it, interact with it.

Bloom - Reminders to make healthy choices, stay connected with others, manage stress, strengthen your spirit, save money, advance your career, and enhance your creativity.

Simply Yoga - Contains 20, 40, or 60 minute yoga routines that step you through each pose. Each pose is demonstrated by a certified personal trainer, simply choose your workout length and follow along in the comfort of your own home.

Breathe2Relax - Breathe2Relax is a portable stress management tool which provides detailed information on the effects of stress on the body and instructions and practice exercises to help users learn the stress management skill called diaphragmatic breathing.

Fluid Monkey - Relax as you enjoy interacting with incredibly smooth and responsive pools of liquid. Use all ten fingers to smear paint, jiggle gelatin, or fling brightly-colored balls through puddles of mud.

Gratitude & Happiness - Self-help Journal, Todo, Thoughts & Mood Tracker.

LearnPanicCBT - A self-treatment program for panic disorder that is based on Cognitive Behavior Therapy principles.

Stress Check - This research-based assessment tool provides users with an overall stress score that illuminates their current level of stress.

The app below is maintained by the Jason Foundation, which is dedicated to the prevention of suicide through educational and awareness programs.  Please note that the Counseling Center (410-617-5109) and the Department of Public Safety (410-617-5911) are Loyola University Maryland’s primary resources to contact for immediate assistance.                                   

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Android Apps

Simply Being Guided Meditation - Voice guided step-by-step instructions for meditation and relaxation.

White Noise - White Noise Lite provides ambient sounds of the environment to help you relax or sleep.

Relax Completely - Free hypnosis session for deep relaxation.

Relaxing Sounds - Create your own relaxing sounds by combining sounds.

Music Therapy for Refreshment - Medium Speed Alpha Wave (10Hz) set in 5 melodic music pieces provides a most relaxing way to restore your vigor, to bring about a refreshed mind.

Calming Music to Tranquilize - Calming Music to Tranquilize is a light music collection providing relaxing experiences through the balance and harmony in the Chinese Tai Chi way of meditation.

Qi Gong Meditation Relaxation - Improve your physical health, relax and reduce your stress by learning Qi Gong, gentle movement combined with breathing.

Buddhist Meditation Trainer - Personal trainer for relaxing and enlightening meditation. It features 10 levels of enlightenment wtih deeper quotes to meditate on in every level, all with a simple to use meditation timer.

YogaPedia - Provides nearly 100 unique yoga positions, tips and information.

iQuarium - Chill out while watching your Parrot Chichlid fish swimming in its tank, feed it, play with it, interact with it.

Worry Box - Self-help for worry and anxiety. Use Worry Box diary, audios, and articles to learn how to cope with worries.

The app below is maintained by the Jason Foundation, which is dedicated to the prevention of suicide through educational and awareness programs.  Please note that the Counseling Center (410-617-5109) and the Department of Public Safety (410-617-5911) are Loyola University Maryland’s primary resources to contact for immediate assistance.

                                                                               Jason Foundation App