Amanda Southworth came up with AnxietyHelper to help teens with mental health issues. Here’s how it works and how to know if a mental health app is helpful.
Amanda Southworth shows her anxiety app to Apple CEO Tim Cook.
Can smartphone apps help people cope with anxiety and depression?
A 16-year-old software developer in California thinks they can.
Amanda Southworth is the young creator behind AnxietyHelper, an iPhone app designed to help people learn about and manage panic attacks, anxiety, and depression.
Inspired by her own experiences, Southworth wanted to create an easy-to-use platform for people living with these mental health challenges.
“This started for me back when I was in middle school, when I had a lot of issues regarding my own mental health, with depression and anxiety,” Southworth told Healthline.
“After I went through that, I wanted to create an all-in-one place where anybody could go and…
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