What are the best apps for psychologists?

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    #1Schizophrenia Psychopharmacology

    Schizophrenia Psychopharmacology

    Schizophrenia Psychopharmacology is an app designed to diagnose and treat schizophrenia.This app can be also used to treat anxiety, depression, and  Substance abuse. It's a powerful tool for any psychiatrists and mental health professionals! 


    Apps

    iOS, Android

    $14.99

    Benjamin West
    Written on October 12, 2017
    "This app is designed for psychologists in a clinical setting. It is meant to help diagnose schizophrenia and offer treatment. I recommend this to psychologists as a helpful tool. "
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    #2iCounselor: OCD

    iCounselor: OCD
    iCounselor is an effective tool for those who want to treat compulsions and obsessions.  It is a very accurate app to change thoughts. All the information was created by a licensed psychotherapist!


    Apps

    iOS, Android

    $0.99

    Jose Campbell
    Written on October 13, 2017
    "I have so many issues. I'm always worrying about needless issues. This app has put my thinking pattern in a more positive light. It's like a gear shift for changing thoughts in my mind. I must say, I find myself doing a lot better since using this app."
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    #3Personality Types

    Personality Types

    This fun app is a powerful tool that let you know the personality Type of any person. This application is ideal not only for psychology students but also for everyone who wants to learn about themselves.


    Apps

    iOS

    $2.99

    Brian Walsh
    Written on November 7, 2017
    "This app is styled like an early apple app from 2007. While it can display some personality types, which psychologist would need this basic rendition of the personality types? This app lacks functionality and a modern design, most likely a cash grab."
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    #43D Brain

    3D Brain

    3D Brain allows you to learn about the different regions of the brain. This interactive app provides you all the necessary information to understand how mental illness affects your brain.


    Apps

    iOS, Android

    Free

    Mick Fang
    Written on January 19, 2018
    "As someone that is very interested in psychology I found 3D Brain very interesting to use since it showed me which part of the brain was involved in each major mental illness. It also gave clear explanations of why said part of the brain is responsible for certain responses and behaviors as well. "
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    #5PsycExplorer

    PsycExplorer
    PsycExplorer is a very accurate app that helps you to get the best and latest news, post, and videos about psychology. It's a useful tool for students and those who work in this area. 


    Apps

    iOS

    $1.99

    Margaret Larson
    Written on October 22, 2017
    "I found this to be a good app. It is useful for learning about psychology. As a psychologist, I found this reasonably accurate."
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    #6iCouch CBT

    iCouch CBT
    If you want a therapist inside your iPad, then you have to get this app! This application helps you to change your thoughts by using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.



    Apps

    iOS

    $2.99

    Vihaan Patil
    Written on October 30, 2017
    "The iCouch app is kind of useful for people interested in performing certain CBT-related processes on their own time, but I'm not sure if it is refined or useful enough to be used by a professional. Some of the interface difficulties could cause people to experience stress or aggravation, leading to them having difficulties de-escalating their negative feelings. It's more suitable for someone who doesn't have access to a psychologist but who is maybe just interested in seeing if CBT is for them, I'd say."
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    #7PTSD Coach

    PTSD Coach

    PTSD Coach is a free app designed for people who have posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).  This application aides its users by giving them information about this mental health condition and how to effectively manage it. 



    Apps

    iOS, Android

    Free

    Crystal Hudson
    Written on October 13, 2017
    "This app is really useful for anyone who might be suffering from PTSD, so I can see how a psychologist might wan to recommend it to a patient, however, it's certainly not one of the best apps for psychologists. It does have a lot of useful information for patients all packed into one place, though."
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    #8School Psychology Tools

    School Psychology Tools
    This app is a very useful instrument for any School Psychologists. It is a complete application that gathers several tools that allow Psychologists to report any child's behaviours. 


    Apps

    iOS, Android

    $29.99

    Jonathan Hunter
    Written on April 14, 2018
    "An app that can be helpful to school psychologists is School Psychology Tools by YoungStone Innovations LLC. It's like a to-do software that's specifically designed for school psychologists. It's helped me out in my work, it makes it easier to plan and schedule things. "
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    #9PAR Toolkit

    PAR Toolkit
    PAR Toolkit is a free app that gathers several tools helpful for daily use. With this app, you can make notes, read about psychology news, and manage clients in an online manner.


    Apps

    iOS, Android

    Free- 0

    Shirley Yang
    Written on May 30, 2018
    "This is a great app and really helps keeping things organized. I myself am more of a paper/pencil organizer and it took me a minute to get it down, but it was worth it. It's a great app and great for organization. I give it a 4 because it took a minute to learn it."

Summary

Best What are the best apps for psychologists
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Schizophrenia PsychopharmacologyApps 13 Paid
2iCounselor: OCDApps 12 Paid
3Personality TypesApps 11 Paid
43D BrainApps 11 Free
5PsycExplorer Apps 10 Paid
6iCouch CBTApps 10 Paid
7PTSD CoachApps 10 Free
8School Psychology ToolsApps 5 Paid
9PAR ToolkitApps 5 Free
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