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The word wellness is often used as an all-encompassing term that represents good health and mindful living. Even though we all use this word without a second thought, the actual core concept really does deserve more elaboration. According to the National Wellness Institute (NWI), wellness is “an active process through which people become aware of, and make choices toward, a more successful existence.” To further illuminate this definition, NWI describes wellness as having six dimensions, which are:

  • Emotional

  • Intellectual

  • Occupational

  • Physical

  • Social

  • Spiritual

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The Best Free Overall Workout App For 2023

Caliber is a better way to work out. Get effective training programs, seamless workout tracking, strength metrics, fitness & nutrition education, and so much more, 100% free. LEARN MORE

A.I. Powered Support At Your Fingertips

Personal Health Ally

Gupta provides personalized health info and suggestions on a wide range of medical topics and offers a free membership that includes 5 sessions per months.  LINK

Free & low cost plans

Recovery Support Ally

Addiction specialists Paul Brethen and Tara Schiller co-founded SoberBuddy, an evidence-based drug and alcohol recovery chatbot that supports people struggling with addiction.  LINK

Free & low cost plans

Mental Health Chatbot

 Meet Woebot, your personal mental health ally that helps you get back to feeling like yourself. Grounded in science and powered by A.I., Woebot can help you work through the ups and downs of life.  LINK

Free & low cost plans

Social Chatbot

Replika is the #1 A.I. powered social companion chatbot in the world. Replika is always ready to chat with you about anything that interests you in an encouraging and non-judgmental way.  LINK

Low cost plan



Psychotherapist | LCSW

 Amy Morin is a licensed clinical social worker, instructor at Northeastern University, editor-in-chief of Verywell Mind, and an international bestselling  author: 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do series.

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Times Are Changing

By 2025 virtual recovery services are expected to play an increasingly important role in recovery services and mental health; including  teletherapy, FDA approved digital therapeutics, A.I powered chatbots, a rise in confidential peer-support service providers, online medication-assisted treatment and virtual support groups, will become more widely available and accessible, allowing individuals to receive help from the comfort of their own homes. These services will provide greater flexibility, privacy, and anonymity to those seeking support utilizing technology based options.