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Take a moment for self care in that downtime on the bus or in the waiting room. Explore breathing and mindfulness techniques, sleep hygiene strategies, and even nurse-focused reflection exercises. Many paid apps are available for free to healthcare workers. 

Connected - UCLA Wellness App Take advantage of complete confidential screeners and receive immediate feedback, evidence-based self-help advice, and other resources.
Happy App Warm Line  If you ever find yourself needing to talk with someone after a challenging shift, to relieve yourself of stressful thoughts and concerns, or to rebuild your resilience with emotional support, the Happy App Warm Line can help. Support Givers are available to you 24/7, on-demand at no cost.To access immediate support call 833-327-0262 and get support now.If you need extra help or have questions to ask before calling, text your first name and ANA to 858- 367-3001 and you will hear from a member of our support team right away.
Headspace App Sign up to access meditations, as well as sleep and movement exercises, designed to help you care for your mind. (Free)
Insight Times Meditation for sleep and anxiety.
Keener App The Keenr app content is created by nurses and for nurses. This tool includes self-care inspiration, a shift-reflection tool, and personalized insights and recommendations.
Moodfit Premium

This free app provides tools and insights to improve the fitness of your mental health. Program code: ANF30 on sign-up

  • Self-care
  • Mood journal
  • Gratitude journal
  • Mindfulness meditation
  • Breathing exercises
  • CBT thought record
  • Reminders with key messages
  • Tips & inspiration
myStrength MyStrength is a free digital behavioral health platform with self-care resources to support wellness and emotional wellbeing. UCLA staff & faculty and their covered dependents have free access to myStrength.com through their UCLA behavioral health insurance coverage. 
UCLA Mindful App With this easy-to-use app, you can practice mindfulness meditation anywhere, anytime with the guidance of the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center.