iPhone App Reviews for Mental Health Professionals

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As iPhone app developers since 2009, our team has been reviewing the market of iPhone apps that may be of interest to psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, social workers and coaches. We are happy to share our list of existing iPhone apps with you and ask that you assist us by commenting below. We would particularly appreciate your letting us know which of these you recommend or avoid — and why.

Please see our other iPhone app review blog entries for consumers, researchers and students.




Peripheral Devices & Services
  • iBreath (Breathalyzer for iPhone) – $39
  • ReQall (Organizer/Assistant) – $24.99 per year


Please Help This Effort

Your help would also be appreciated in adding other suggestions for smartphone apps in the comment box below.

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4 comments on “iPhone App Reviews for Mental Health Professionals

  1. Hello, thank you for this post. I didn’t realize that billing codes were available via iPhone app. Great idea!

    I cannot agree with you more on the Teamviewer. It’s a great tool when some is having computer issues but I’m not at the practice.

    Additionally, I’d like to recommend Doxy.me. It is a free, HIPAA compliant telemedicine solution.

    But overall, a great roundup of useful tools.

    • I agree with Emily. Doxy.me has been extremely helpful for my parents who find it difficult to make it to frequent doctor appointments.

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