A Mental Health App
Everything You Need to Explore Your Thoughts, Emotions and Mental Health Goals
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What Can Nobu Help You With?
Nobu is a free wellness app that will help you learn about mental health, set goals and track your progress against them.
And, if you ever need a little extra support, Nobu can connect you to a licensed mental health professional. You can schedule appointments, communicate and attend your teletherapy sessions right in the app. It’s everything you need for good mental health, all in one place.
Who is Nobu For?
Nobu is for everyone. Anyone can download the app and immediately start their mental wellness journey.
Mental Health is a Journey...
Nobu Helps You Along Your Way
Nobu offers you daily guidance toward your mental health goals and wellness, right in the palm of your hand. We know not every strategy works for every person. That’s why Nobu offers a suite of tools and features so that you can customize your journey and create an experience that is customized and most helpful for you.
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Why Trust Nobu With Your Wellbeing?
Nobu is created and owned by Advanced Recovery Systems, a behavioral health care company that operates accredited addiction treatment facilities across the U.S. and delivers high quality addiction and mental health treatment for adults and adolescents.
How Nobu Works
Nobu is a secure, easy-to-use app that is backed by proven strategies and techniques to address mental health symptoms and improve overall wellness.
- Define your journey or use AI-powered recommendations to find the content and lessons most useful to you.
- Set goals and track your progress, using daily guidance, clinical assessments and other tools in the app.
- Content developed by physicians and mental health experts using the principles of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness, meditation and other strategies that have been shown to provide effective relief for mental health symptoms.
- Access to evidence-based treatment and personalized care from a licensed therapist when needed.
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Here are some answers to questions you might have about Nobu.
Nobu is free to download. Most of the features, like lessons, journaling, mediation and many more are also free to use. If you would like to work with a therapist, either through private messaging or during a teletherapy session, there are costs associated with those activities. In many cases, these costs are covered by insurance, just like traditional in-person therapy.
Once you download the app, you can get started right away setting up your profile, setting goals and using many of the features.
If you choose to participate in teletherapy or communicate with a therapist, you’ll be connected with a licensed mental health professional.
You will be able to send your therapist secure messages through the app, as well as schedule appointments and participate in teletherapy sessions.
Yes, once you connect with your therapist, you will work with that person for as long as you choose to. You also have the option to switch therapists.
No. Anyone can use Nobu. If you are in addiction recovery, Nobu offers benefits like being able to attend ongoing therapy or medication management directly through the platform as well.
You can use the app for as long as you like.
You can take clinically-sound mental health screenings in Nobu. Your doctor or a mental health professional can also administer a mental health evaluation.
Currently, the content in Nobu is intended for adults (ages 18+).
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