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A mental health-focused app with clinically proven content

you can use anywhere, anytime!


How it works | The science | The modules

Bloopy, your mental health assistant

Bloopy, our chat bot, will guide you through the app setup and self-assessment questionnaire.

Once you have completed your free self-assessment, we will be to recognise which areas to start with – your plan is personalised and you can set your own goals at any time.

So, whether you’re feeling the pressure at work, or your anxiety is becoming too much, you can create a plan to suit you at every step of your journey.

Try our Mood Tracker & Insights Tool

You can rate your mood at any time using our intuitive mood tracking and insights tool, so you can recognise how your activity affects your mood.

NEW Mood History – Look back at how you’ve been feeling over time.  Privately express your daily thoughts, feelings and experiences by adding notes and photos to your moods.

Better mental health & wellbeing

Using recognised psychological strategies and clinically proven research from The Black Dog Institutethe My Possible Self app will teach you coping mechanisms to handle situations life may throw your way.

Investing time in yourself will help you live a better, healthier and more fulfilling life.


The Science behind My Possible Self

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)

CBT is all about looking at how you manage your problems by the way you think and behave. The therapy is based on the concept that your thoughts, feelings and behaviours are interconnected, and that negative thoughts and feelings can leave you feeling trapped in an endless vicious cycle.

CBT helps you deal with negative situations that are happening right now (rather than problems you may have experienced in your past) by breaking them down into bitesize pieces. CBT is a practical approach which guides you to a brighter state of mind, every day.

Problem solving therapy

Problem solving therapy helps you to identify and focus on the problem of the moment and come up with practical steps to overcome them.

The therapy teaches you to take a more active role in your life, take more initiative in certain situations and become more independent at tackling life’s difficulties that can often be thrown at us. The therapy allows you to better understand the barriers which are preventing you from achieving your goals and take appropriate action to overcome them.

Interpersonal therapy

Interpersonal therapy typically focuses on you and your personal relationships with other people. While most of the time our relationships enrich our lives, when they break down it can have a significant impact on our well-being.

Interpersonal therapy helps you identify your emotions and express them in a healthier way. The therapy also helps you identify issues from the past which may be impacting the way you deal with present situations.

Positive psychology

Positive psychology focuses on building on the positive aspects of our lives which genuinely make us happy. It focuses on happiness and what makes us feel fulfilled. The therapy helps us to understand that happiness is found outside of material possessions. It is found through aspects such as trust, belonging, gratitude and doing things for others.

The Modules