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Dance Against Stressful Situations - D.A.S.S APP Mindyourself

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A mobile application offering information, movement exercises, and creative and mindfulness activities to help young people understand and reduce stress.

Aims of the tool

To provide young people with accessible and versatile resources for understanding and managing stress through self-help techniques that can be used individually, anytime, and anywhere.

Description of the tool

The APP MINDYOURSELF delivers content in various formats to maximize reach and effectiveness. It includes information on stress, movement exercises, and creative and mindfulness activities designed to help users understand and reduce stress. The app is intended as a self-help resource, allowing users to access the content individually at their convenience.

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Tool overview

Dance Against Stressful Situations - D.A.S.S APP Mindyourself

This tool is for

Young people seeking practical, self-help tools to manage stress and improve their mental and physical well-being through accessible and versatile resources.

and addresses

Personal Development, Youth Participation

Behind the tool

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Musa kirkar (on 15 May 2024)

and last modified

15 May 2024

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