Here's a quick question for those of you who are experiencing stress, anxiety, or insomnia. Just as you exercise your body to keep fit, what specific things do you do to train your mind to be fit and healthy?

Meet Kate Bauer, a mental health clinician at Bridges Health & Community Care in Queensland. Kate works with clients who are experiencing stress, anxiety, insomnia, and other symptoms of poor mental health.

In this independent review of the Smiling Mind smart phone app, Kate shares her personal experience of this digital resource and provides you with a short demo. Kate explains why (as a university student) she initially resisted using the app, and why she doesn't want to see others make that mistake.

Kate then talks about the massive improvement to mental health she experienced after using the app for only a short time. And how many of her clients have reported similar improvements after using the app for as little as 5-minutes a day.

It is important to know that Smiling Mind is an evidence-based app that's backed by science and research. In this on-demand webinar, Kate shows you how the Smiling Mind app provides you with relaxing ways to improve your mental health fitness in the face of stress and anxiety.



THE DIGITAL WAYS TO WELLNESS - WEBINAR SERIES

This video is part of the webinar series: "Discover Digital Ways to Wellness''. Each video is only 10-minutes long (give or take) and features a mental health clinician from Bridges Health & Community Care in Queensland, Australia. You'll see them demo a free app for you, and hear how and why the app can help you improve your mental health. Watch these videos here!

The Queensland Government funds the initiative through its 'Tackling Adversity Through Integrated Care' (TRAIC) program.

IMPORTANT NOTES

Bridges selected this app to review from a list of evidence-based digital resources recommended by Queensland Health. Bridges Health & Community Care is not associated with the featured app in any way. The information in this webinar is for information purposes only, to help communities and individuals find new ways to further build their mental health resilience.