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People who practice CBT between therapy sessions have better outcomes than 70% of people who don’t. (Kazantzis et al. (2016))

Make the most of CBT by practicing with Bold.



Real reviews:

“I recommend it to my patients all the time” - Hal McAlllister, LCSW

“Everything is explained so well and I love that it is all evidence based!” - Kirstie T, CBT Therapist, NHS

“This app has been a life changer for me” - u/TrippyChick

“It’s the right mix of simple and functional and has been a significant part of my CBT journey.” - Matthew O.

“This app and the positive psychology/CBT exercises helped me breakdown the insurmountable gloom of my depression and anxiety by allowing me to finally find a few minutes a day where I can thrive.” - u/HilA1399

“From personal experience this app has propelled my self-esteem, happiness and motivation forward unlike anything else I’ve tried. It’s about the effort you’re willing to put forth that will get you to where you wish to be. Take the step for yourself!!!” - u/23466

"This app does exactly what it says on the tin: helps you change how you think" - u/Solrisen



How it works:

Do I need a subscription to use Bold?

Yes, users need to purchase a subscription to be able to use the app. There’s a 7 day free trial and then it’s $4.99 per month.

Is Bold a medical provider? Is Bold a replacement for therapy?

No, Bold is providing a mobile app for guided journaling in the health & mindfulness space. However, Bold is not a health care or medical provider, nor should our service be considered medical advice. Only your doctor or other health care provider can do that. While there is third party evidence and common knowledge that journaling can assist in the prevention and recovery process for many mental conditions as well as in improving some performance and relationship issues, Bold makes no claims, representations or guarantees that the service provide a therapeutic benefit.


People who practice CBT between therapy sessions have better outcomes than 70% of people who don’t.(Kazantzis et al. (2016)) Make the most of CBT by practicing often with Bold.

What’s New

Version 2.62.2

- Practice CBT at home with new exercises
- New lessons to reinforce CBT ideas
- Practice makes perfect!

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
242 Ratings

242 Ratings

Trippy chick ,

It’s worth the $5 monthly

This is a gratitude & Cognitive Behavioral Therapy journal with prompts & I love using it. Through the 5 minutes I spend on this daily, it has helped me see that HOW I think affects WHAT I think. My thinking had become so distorted, it had created selective mutism/social anxiety, anxiety & depression. It was so bad some days I couldn’t make myself walk out the door to do “optional” things - like keep hair or doctor appts. I couldn’t even shop for groceries until late - when I knew no one would be around. I can work (not optional), but getting out the door is a huge struggle.
I have been writing in this journal for almost 2 months and recently started reading the related articles & doing those exercises. I can honestly say it has helped. I still struggle with walking out the door, but the struggle has lessened. AND I am learning to catch my aberrant thought patterns before they escalate from 💭 to fight/flight/freeze/fawn to overwhelm & full-blown anxiety.
This app has been a life-changer for me.
Just do the work. It can help you too

Developer Response ,

It warms my heart to hear this small app has made a difference in your life. I really appreciate you sharing your story. Please let me know if theres ever anything else that I can do to support your journey. Thank you 🙏

HilA1399 ,

Game changer

I got this app on a whim. Yea I had tried gratitude journals in the past, and had not found it fulfilling to have a dedicated journal/app for it in the past, but this app surprised me. It asked so little of me that it was so easy to find the time for it. Eventually it was a go to at the start of every lunch break at my unfulfilling job. 5 minutes where I could stop, reflect, and rewire my brain so simply with just 3 things a day. This app and the positive psychology/CBT exercises helped me breakdown the insurmountable gloom of my depression and anxiety by allowing me to finally find a few minutes a day where I can thrive. Thriving is contagious, and I have enjoyed seeing those few minutes a day grow over weeks and months to a safe place where I can be happy in the face of an uncertain world. DO download this app. DO TYPE 3 things in it a once a day. WAIT to see what follows. You may be surprised and see your gratitude for what you have grow in new ways.

Developer Response ,

Wow thank you for sharing your story. It means so much to me to hear that the app helps people. Please let me know if theres ever anything else that I can do to support you. My email is johnCbogil@gmail.com

Cbots103 ,

Thankful = Mindful

The app design is great making it super easy to use! I have a reminder set each day so I can enter what I’m grateful for and it always makes me smile when I actually stop for a minute during my busy, stressful day to think about something I am lucky to have in my life, no matter how small. I’ve noticed that this has increased my mindfulness as well as improved my overall mood. Knowing I’ll get that reminder to write something, I find myself focusing on positives more. I’m thankful for this app!!!!

App Privacy

The developer, Bread Labs, LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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