Are you stressed out, not feeling like yourself or worried about a family member? iChill can help by guiding you in the use of the Community Resiliency Model, a set of wellness skills. You will learn simple information about how stress affects the mind and body.
iChill has been helpful to children, teens, and adults of all ages. iChill is not meant to take the place of counseling with a licensed mental health professional.
For more information about the developer of iChill - the Trauma Resource Institute, please visit our webpage at: traumaresourceinstitute.com.
Spanish translations now available in app!
¡Ahora disponible en español!
Welcome to iChill 3.1!
This exciting new update includes:
- Spanish Translation! ¡Ahora disponible en español!
In case you missed our recent major update, we've added:
- An all new look
- An additional resiliency skill - gesturing!
- Updated UI for newer phones
- Removed questionnaire
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Seriously, update this app so it works correctly!!
I like this app, it's intention and how it correlates with other modalities (such as DBT, Jon Kabat-Zinn, Belleruth Naparstek & MBSR). The reader's voice is soothing and most of the ideas are coherent and flow well. There are quite a few technical bugs to be worked out, such as the inability to rate and select "done" on the SUR scale (after), but that will come with time. I'm interested to find out the physiology of the nervous system during this process. Thumbs up!!
Recommended by my therapist
My therapist recommended this app, we go through similar exercises together. I use the app when I’m feeling whatever gnarly thing I happen to be feeling and am on my own and have to cope without the aid of my therapist. I have PTSD and it’s a very confusing thing to go through but, it definitely helps (so much), knowing that it’s not just all in your head but your body is also processing the trauma and you may not be cognizant of the fact that the sensations you are feeling are related to the event. This app helps to ground me and make sense of what I’m feeling. I def recommend, especially if you are unwilling or unable to see a trauma therapist.
Too text heavy
If you have difficulty processing text during an anxiety attack this isn’t the tool for you.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.