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Whether you’re feeling anxious, lonely, overwhelmed, or just burned out, Sanvello will meet you where you’re at. Think of it as your feel-better toolkit, including therapy, coaching, coping techniques, meditations, and goal and mood tracking, designed by experts to help you feel better.

Best of all, your Sanvello journey is customizable to you. The app checks in with how you're feeling so you can track your emotions and progress over time. As patterns are identified, Sanvello will provide customized tools, rooted in cognitive behavioral therapy, to keep you on the path to feeling better.

Take time for yourself by downloading Sanvello today.


FREE ACCESS THROUGH HEALTH PLANS (U.S. ONLY):
Over 40 million Americans have Sanvello Premium included in their health plans and Sanvello Therapy is in-network for 90 million. Check your plan instantly in the app. No insurance or outside the U.S.? No problem—many of our most popular tools and guides are free to ensure everyone can take care of their mental health, plus we have affordable self-pay subscriptions for that extra bit of support.


SELF-CARE:
Get started by checking in with your mood or taking one of our assessments to get your stress, anxiety, and depression scores. This establishes your baseline and helps us recommend personalized in-app activities to get you on the path to feeling better. Go on the “Braving Anxiety” Guided Journey with John Green, or “Feeling Better” with Kati Morton. Want to chart your own course? Explore our library of coping tools, thought reframing exercises, meditations, and more.


COMMUNITY:
You’re not alone: The Sanvello community is millions strong, and they find each other in the Sanvello community. Get a fresh perspective on anxiety, gratitude, and dozens of other topics by anonymously participating in active discussion boards and chat groups.


THERAPY:
Feel better in half the time of traditional therapy with Sanvello Therapy, which matches you with a licensed clinician—and includes a mental health coach and Premium access to self-care content at no-cost while you’re in therapy. Therapy is currently available in the U.S. in the following states: AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, IL, IN, MA, MD, MI, MN, MO, NJ, NY, NC, OH, PA, RI, TN, TX, VA, WA, WI.


COACHING:
Face new challenges with help from someone you can trust. Sanvello Coaches provide direction, support, and motivation through 1:1 messaging—judgment free. Your coach is there to be your sounding board in achieving your goals. You also have an all-access pass to group coaching sessions—live classes that help you apply the concepts of CBT to real life—and all our self-care tools within the app. Sanvello Coaching is only available in the U.S.


APPLE HEALTH:
Sanvello integrates with Apple Health for tracking exercise, sleep, mindful minutes, and caffeine, and will also write Mindful Minutes back to Apple Health based on your meditation usage.

SUBSCRIPTION PRICING & TERMS:
Sanvello is free to download and use. The premium version of Sanvello allows for unlimited use of all tools and is available through many major health plans (“upgrade via insurance”) or through an auto-renewing subscription. Payment will be charged to your Apple account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will renew automatically unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the current period ends. Your Apple account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period at the price listed above. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your Apple account settings but refunds will not be provided for the unused portion of the term. If a free trial period is offered, it will be forfeited as soon as your purchase is confirmed.

Terms of Service: https://sanvello.com/tos/

Privacy Policy: https://sanvello.com/privacy-policy/

Help: https://help.sanvello.com or info@sanvello.com

What’s New

Version 8.28.1

Resolved some issues that folks were seeing

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
15.9K Ratings

15.9K Ratings

Reisa S ,

Invaluable Tool, Constantly Evolving

Pacifica, especially the premium version, has been invaluable to my mental health. It’s got an array of tools for you to use daily, including mood trackers, meditations, health trackers, a hope board, thoughts, and goals. Each tool has a number of options to choose from, and it’s likely you’ll find at least one thing helpful to you and your situation. They also have guided paths, which are daily tools to help you change the way you think. In addition, they also have community boards and a chat feature, which supremely help to know you’re not alone and to be able to read what other people found helpful. Everything put together is a great resource for treating anxiety and depression. The free version is useful in itself, but I fell in love with the “guided paths” and wanted more out of it. The price of the app does not compare to the benefits I’ve received through consistent use of the app. One of the best parts is the involvement of one of the creators. He’s always on the boards addressing issues people are having with the app, and they do their best to keep everyone informed on what’s to come. They make updates and keep the app fresh. You can tell they care about the work they’re doing, and I’m happy to be a Pacifica user. Highly recommend you give the app a try if you experience anxiety or depression.

MoMo220011 ,

overall a good app

This app is nice to have to keep track of your daily thoughts and feelings and track your progress and the meditations are nice but some of the wording used throughout the app makes me a little uncomfortable. When I tried to put in my name for the community posts or whatever it said “this name is not unique” and I assume that’s because it was already taken but it’s a really weird way to say it and for me at least it kind of turns it into a negative thought which is stupid but that was just my initial response and I think it could have been prevented with better wording. I also took the assessment for the first time and one of the questions asked if I still feel good about myself even when others look down on my illness which to me is kinda weird. I don’t think anyone feels good about themselves when someone looks down on them for something they can’t really control and especially not someone with anxiety/depression/self-image issues so that’s never really gonna be an “i feel great” moment but whatever. Another question referred to mental illness as “behavioral health issues” which seems inaccurate and kind of negative for someone who’s trying to better their mental health. Overall it’s a good app but some things are just a little weird and I think it could be improved by being a little more sensitive especially since it’s advertised as a tool to help people deal with and improve their mental illness.

Developer Response ,

Thank you so much for your thoughtful, detailed review. The prompts for a unique name in the community are to encourage anonymity, so names that are abstract and contain numbers work well–something like your user name here on the review.:) As for the assessments, these are clinical assessments that we've put in the app to allow users to measure their progress. We haven't modified the language of these assessments, and understand where you're coming from with sensitivity to some of the terms used. That's great feedback we'll take back to the team. Thanks again.

Makeup b ,

I feel like I can actually get better

This app is amazing if you want to be able to track your mood and habits in one place, learn new skills for your mental health, meditate, and vent. It really is an all in one app for me. I can’t afford therapy so this is so incredibly helpful with learning CBT and it’s almost like a game- you get to see your progress and you have levels. With your mental health, you can’t see how much you’ve progressed and how much you’ve grown, but with it all in the app, you can see how you’ve changed and all the things you’ve done and it makes you feel so good about yourself.

For some improvements, I think the hope board would be great with some tags or maybe having the pictures in a different layout since it’s all on one page and then it’s more difficult to see. Also, you can have different tags for different situations you need hope for. Like, school stress motivation would be different from social anxiety motivation, you know? In the thoughts when you have to then highlight the thoughts and label them, it would be helpful to see them while you label since sometimes I forget what I actually said lol. But that’s just nit picky.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for the kind words and suggestions, I'll pass them along to my team :)

App Privacy

The developer, Sanvello Health Inc., 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 Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Sensitive Info
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

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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