Download Companion for Panic Attacks apk 1.0.0 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 13.0 MB
The PsyTech Companion for Panic Attacks is a mobile app to assist you in transitioning out of panic attacks and regain control.
The PsyTech Companion has a shallow learning curve so during a panic event you can launch it, plug in your headphones and start addressing your episode instantly and in a discrete manner.
Panic attacks are incapacitating because they temporarily seize control of the body, reason and emotions. With this in mind, we used these 3 factors into account: physiological, cognitive and emotional, to design a flexible, controllable and straightforward protocol that could guide you through a panic attack and help you regain control and transition out faster that without external assistance.
Knowing that feeling comfortable plays a big role in managing panic attacks, we want to provide you with a customizable app that adapts to your needs.
You can decide whether you receive verbal prompts and cues from a male or female voice (in either English or Spanish) or none at all.
Disclaimer: the PsyTech Companion for Panic Attacks is NOT a therapeutic tool. It does not replace or complement psychotherapy. It is intended to be used during the onset or plateau of a panic attack in order to help you calm down and transition out of the event. If you have panic attacks that interfere with your daily life, consult with a medical and/or mental health professional.
PsyTech LLC - Psychological Technologies part of our Health & Fitness and have average installs from 10 to 50. Last Update July 30, 2014. Google play rating is 40.0. Current verison is 1.0.0. Actual size 13.0 MB.
Pretty, but such little content This app is very beautiful aesthetically, and easy to navigate. But only one coping strategy is not worth two dollars, I was very surprised at the lack of content within. Would love to see more added, but until then I would dissuade others from buying. Also a bit concerned with the fast pace of the first step of the breathing exercise. Is it supposed to emulate hyperventilating? It should be slightly slower, with prompts for users to try to match their breathing to it.