The #1 Emotional Health App
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Welcome to The Emotional Health App
The only game out there that boosts your emotional health
What is Emotional Health?
Emotional Health is the ability to manage life's challenges in a positive and resilient way. By improving your Emotional Health, you'll reduce your vulnerability to Anxiety and Depression.
We've worked hard to create an enjoyable, engaging and exciting way to improve your Emotional Health.
Where Are You Today?
In a recent poll by eQuoo over 90% of students said that their mental health had negatively impacted their ability to do their best work.
The more you exercise your mental health, the stronger it becomes and that's what we're here to do.
Play eQuoo today to start building your Emotional Health for only £23.09 per year.
What to Expect From eQuoo?
Buckle your seatbelt, you're going on an adventure, where you'll learn new skills and techniques to improve your Resilience, Personal Growth and Relationship skills....by taking these positive steps, you'll reduce your Anxiety and Depression.
Rather than text or podcasts, we put you into situations where you'll need to practice the skills you've learnt.
Built by leading Psychologist Silja Litvin, eQuoo is a blend of Clinical Science and Gamification, teaching all of the important psychological skills people need, while delivering it in an engaging and exciting format
What skills will you learn?
Are you the kind of person who thinks a bad grade will lead to a catastrophic failure?
Is someone mad at you because they don't say hello?
Is life exhausting?
As part of your journey with eQuoo you'll learn 52 different Psychological principles, from Catastrophization to Confirmation Bias, Worthiness to Mindfulness.
A word from our Founder
Sitting in the Priory a few years ago, filling out the assessment of a client, it shook me that - even though she had everything going for her - she was in there with me, clearly struggling to make it from day to day. After waiting for 6 months, she finally had her first appointment and there she was, telling me she first started struggling when she was 14...
3 years ago. Too little, too late.
That’s when I decided to do something: create an evidence-based tool for young adults to make sure they never had to sit across from someone like myself or to help them manage first symptoms. But it had to be something they liked doing. I wanted to bring Joy to personal discovery and growth. So I did.
- Silja Litvin, Psychologist