It’s a great idea to keep an eye on how your recovery’s going. If progress is good, that’s a boost; if things need a little tweak, it’s good to know about it so you can get things back on track. Recovery involves change, and as you change so will your goals, so it’s useful to know if what you’re doing’s right for you.
Knowing where you are, where you want to be and what’s helping you get there empowers you and keeps you in control. The same applies to identifying the warning signs that your health’s deteriorating – in that sense, keeping track can save you a lot of trouble. Simple and effective tools are best.
myCompass is a free online self-help program for people with mild-to-moderate depression, anxiety and stress.
Click on the following for some useful information, tips and practical help:
Check out these great apps on iTunes:
Overcoming social phobia, managing depression, managing anxiety by This Way Up, On track with the right mix by the Australian Government, Department of Veterans' Affairs, or BlackDog Institute's 'Snapshot' app to manage depression and anxiety, Unwinding Anxiety, Joyable and Snapshot
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