The Mevii App: Support for Anxiety and Moderate Depression

Peaceful meditating man

As someone who’s struggled with depression and anxiety, who runs a website that recommends tools and practices for peace and happiness, I was excited to learn about the Mevii app a couple months ago.

I’m even more excited to offer 500 readers a chance to try the app for free. But first…

What Is Mevii?

Mevii can help you manage your emotions, build coping skills, reduce stress, and feel better day-to-day, using strategies rooted in cognitive behavioral therapy.

At the heart of cognitive behavioral therapy is the idea that your thoughts and actions affect your feelings—whether it’s a fleeting emotion or a longer lasting mood.

I first learned about this concept in therapy, at twelve years old. It seems so obvious now, but as a child I had no idea I could change my feelings by taking a closer look at the thoughts that preceded them.

I also didn’t have anything more than a notebook and pen to do this inner work—and I often wished I had my therapist on speed dial so she could help me recognize and change my unhealthy patterns between my bi-weekly appointments.

I think we could all benefit from this kind of ongoing support and guidance, especially when doing something as challenging as changing deeply ingrained habits.

Although that’s not an affordable option for most of us, fortunately, there’s an app for that.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed, dejected, anxious, and out of control, Mevii can help you identify and tackle the root causes to find a sense of peace, calm, and balance in your daily life.

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How Does Mevii Work?

The app includes six modules, designed to be completed in order, one per week, allowing you to:

  • Identify and manage your stress triggers
  • Record your thoughts, feelings, barriers, and accomplishments
  • Learn techniques to help you relax throughout your day
  • Improve your health habits
  • Identify and reframe negative thoughts
  • Improve the quality of your connections
  • Set goals to maintain your well-being

Most important, it’s highly personalized, offering you a customized plan based on your answers to questions about your current feelings, thought processes, and behaviors.

I’ve seen a lot of tools to combat stress, anxiety, and moderate depression, but none quite as comprehensive as Mevii. I highly recommend the app to anyone who’s looking to develop practical skills to manage their mood.

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What’s Required to Use Mevii?

Mevii is designed for smartphones, specifically iPhones and Android.

Supported devices include: iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPod Touch, and Android 2.1 and up.

How Can You Try It for Free?

Ordinarily, Mevii costs $3.99, but it’s available for free to the first 500 people (in the US only) who claim it here:

Please note that by claiming your free download, you’re agreeing to receive occasional emails from Mevii with questions to help them improve the app.

Have you already tried the Mevii app? If so, how has the experience been for you? Has it helped you reduce stress and manage your emotions?

*None of the tools or practices recommended on Tiny Buddha should be considered alternatives to professional help. If you’re feeling hopeless because nothing seems to work, please consult a qualified professional. If you are currently taking medication, please consult your doctor before considering going off it. 

FTC disclosure: I received free access to Mevii in order to try and review the app, and compensation for this post—though I only share products and services that I love and can enthusiastically recommend!

About Lori Deschene

Lori Deschene is the founder of Tiny Buddha. She’s also the author of Tiny Buddha’s Gratitude Journal, Tiny Buddha's Worry Journal, and other books and co-founder of Recreate Your Life Story, an online course that helps you let go of the past and live a life you love. For daily wisdom, join the Tiny Buddha list here. You can also follow Tiny Buddha on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

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