[App] Pacifica – Stress & Anxiety
Pacifica : Stress, anxiety, and depression can get in the way of you living your life.
Pacifica gives you psychologist-designed tools to address them based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, mindfulness meditation, relaxation, and mood/health tracking.
Stress, anxiety, and depression are caused by an ongoing cycle of negative thoughts. Thoughts cause physical feelings and emotions which cause actions. Pacifica helps break this cycle using tools that target each of its components. Day-by-day, you’ll learn to manage stress, anxiety and depression at your own pace. We’re not about quick-fixes or false promises. We are about real progress, a day at a time.
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RELAXATION & MINDFULNESS MEDITATION AUDIO TOOLS
Calm down in moments of stress or anxiety using one of Pacifica’s 25+ audio exercises, including deep breathing, muscle relaxation, positive visualization, mindfulness meditations, and more. These activities are set to relaxing soundscapes like ocean waves or thunderstorms.
GUIDED SELF-HELP PATHS
Our psychologist-designed Paths include audio lessons and helpful activities to help you with stress, anxiety, or depression. These include an introductory Path, two Paths focused on CBT, and a mindfulness Path.
Rate your mood and feelings throughout the day, and add specific notes (the situation, the trigger, etc.) so you can notice patterns and see improvement over time.
THOUGHT RECORDING, JOURNALING & ANALYSIS
Use Pacifica’s psychologist-designed thought analysis tools to learn how distorted thinking patterns contribute to your anxiety. Pacifica uses CBT techniques to help you to think in a more balanced way, which helps break the negative thought cycle.
DAILY CHALLENGES & GOAL TRACKING
Pacifica uses CBT techniques to help you to face your anxiety, one day at a time, and gradually work toward your long term goals via daily challenges.
Set and track daily health goals for habits that affect anxiety (exercise, sleep, caffeine, alcohol, etc.). Learn which of these trigger your anxiety based on patterns in your mood. Exercise, sleep and caffeine can also be populated using the Apple Health app.
COMMUNITIES & GROUPS
You aren’t alone in this. Share stories, advice and more with Pacifica’s peer-support community.
PACIFICA FULL ACCESS PRICING & TERMS
Pacifica is free to download and use. Pacifica Full Access allows for unlimited use of the suite of tools and is available through an auto-renewing subscription. There are two options:
1 month: $8.99
1 year: $53.99
These prices are for United States customers. Pricing in other countries may vary and actual charges may be converted to your local currency depending on your country’s residence. Payment will be charged to your Google Play Account at confirmation of purchase.
Your Pacifica Full Access subscription will automatically renew at the end of each term and your credit card will be charged through your Google Play account. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your Google Play account settings but refunds will not be provided for the unused portion of the term.
Need help with the app? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
TERMS OF SERVICE: thinkpacifica.com/tos.html
Pacifica user reviews :
This app is very useful for decreasing anxious moods. It helps by allowing you to track moods, journal thoughts, and post to a community so you don’t feel so alone. Would recommend to anybody who is having a tough time mentally and can’t seem to get out of their head.
I don’t think words can really explain how helpful this app is! One thing I would like to absolutely mention would be I’ve noticed the creators genuinely do everything they can to help people on here, which seems rare in any other app.
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