Mindfulness is at first glance a simple concept (if you need a refresher check out our mindfulness 101 post), but without regular practice, the mind will tend to fall back into its old habits of worrying about the past and future and allowing negative thoughts to create unnecessary, harmful doubt and anxiety.
Psychologists, like us, can only see patients for a short time each week, but patients can work on mindfulness exercises to reduce anxiety throughout the week with the help of new technology. There are many mindfulness apps for smartphones that can guide people through practicing mindfulness each day. Here we review the top 5 mindfulness apps recommended by psychologists.
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