In the modern world, the ability to communicate in different languages is a skill many of us aspire to.
Technology has transformed in the last few years, and as a result, so has office-based work.
For a few years, it seemed almost unlikely that there could be a mobile application for managing one’s personal health.
- Cyberpsychology & Technology
seamlessCARE, a University College Dublin (UCD) digital health spin-out company, today announced the launch of Empathic.
“iTrain” is an interactive training course designed to support post-stroke care. It consists of a combination of different tools.
Mental health is crucial for everyone, especially nowadays when technical progress makes everything so available for people.
Everyone wants to be their best self, but what does that really mean? It could mean different things for different people.
Numerous studies have shown that self-compassion makes us more motivated, happy, and successful and reduces the physical stress that negativity puts the body under.
MyCognition app has seen a 184% rise in downloads when compared with March 2019 according to the NHS-approved platform Good Thinking.
The Happy Club app offers convenient access to a range of body and mind tools.
- Special Needs
People with intellectual disability often experience difficulties and psychological barriers to access public places.
An ad-free Buddhist meditation app, Plum Village, has launched a major upgrade on Apple and Android to make meditation inclusive for all.
CLEVERWORLD, a leading app production company has launched a free new app called Calm Kingdom.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
Make Your Mind Up is launching their new positive mindset and mental strength app for kids, teens and parents.
A new fitness app has launched which uses world first AI-powered motion tracking technology, without the need for additional hardware.