Source: Washington Post
By Erin Blakemore
If you’re struggling with anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder or depression, an app might help.
But should you invest in a therapy app or one that only tracks symptoms? Which apps are credible, and which ones are scams — or even harmful?
The website PsyberGuidereviews mental-health apps so you can separate the wheat from the chaff. The site aims to provide unbiased reviews of mental-health apps and digital tools. Each tool is given scores for credibility, user experience and how transparent the app is about how it stores and uses your data.
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