4.4
47 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

The PTSD Coach Canada app can help you learn about and manage symptoms that can occur after trauma.

This application is always with you when you need it and provides:

Education about PTSD;
A self-assessment tool;
Tools for managing the distress associated with post-traumatic stress;
Information on crisis support;
Information about professional treatment.

If you have, or think you might have PTSD, this app is for you. PTSD Coach Canada provides you with information and self-help tools based on research findings. The app can be used as an education and symptom management tool, prior to, or as part of face-to-face care with a mental health professional. Family and friends can also learn from this app.
Updated on
Mar 30, 2019

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4.4
47 reviews
F Maz
March 16, 2021
Basically the same as PTDS Coach made by the Veterans affair in the US, but with a terrible design and lot less polished. On the upside, if you feel nostalgic about the software from the early 2000 era, but with a mobile twist, this app is definitely for you. Otherwise just get the US app.
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A Google user
December 26, 2019
At times so very help fill.
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A Google user
September 2, 2017
The relaxation exercises are amazing!
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What's new

- Language switching is now integrated into the app Settings menu (in the previous version the language setting was based on device language)
- New tools have been added to help with the management of distress associated with PTSD
- The educational content has been updated to align with the most current information on PTSD (DSM-V)
- The assessment tool has been updated to align with DSM-V