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Psychology: Fee-based Apps ($)

A guide to library resources and Web Sites for ACC Psychology students and faculty.

Fee-based Apps ($)

PsycExplorer App-please select iOS or Android below to access the app.

PsycExplorer-Keep up-to-date on the latest news, blog posts, videos and tweets in the field of psychology. Students: discover ideas for term papers and projects. Learn what psychologists do in their area of the field. Read the late breaking news, watch the best videos, and listen to the most interesting psychology podcasts. (iOS)

Personality Types App-please select iOS or Android below to access the app.

Personality Types-Whether you’re in a boring meeting, on the phone with a challenging client, or dealing with a flustered family member — this application is for you. The essential themes of each personality Type are just a tap away. You can also explore each personality in depth: learn a person’s core needs and values, cognitive processes, interaction style, team behavior, pitfalls, growth points, and much more. (iOS)

iCouch CBT App-please select iOS or Android below to access the app.

iCouch CBT-iCouch CBT puts the power of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in your pocket! iCouch CBT makes it easy to keep track of your thinking, analyze your emotions and change your outlook. (iOS)

iCBT App-please select iOS or Android below to access the app.

CBT-i-CBT-i helps you manage stress and anxiety whenever and wherever you need to. Manage stress and anxieties with CBT-i, a personal-use tool for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy that is always with you when you need it. (iOS)

DBT Diary Card and Skills Coach App-please select iOS or Android below to access the app.

DBT Diary Card and Skills Coach-Based on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), this app is a rich resource of self-help skills, reminders of the therapy principles, and coaching tools for coping. Created by a therapist with years of experience in the practice, this app is not intended to replace a professional but helps people reinforce their treatment. (iOS)


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