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Psychologies magazine is innovating with an app for iPhone and Android


Archives Lagardère Active

Paris, July 18, 2013

Advice and exercises for better stress management
Coming to the App Store and Google Play on 20 August 2013

  • Level 1. Understanding stress (40 minutes)
    Where does it come from? How does it make itself felt? Test your knowledge and take a new look at your assumptions.
  • Level 2. Handling stress (40 minutes)
    A stressful meeting? A panic attack? Do our exercises and pick up tips for relaxing.
  • Level 3. Managing time more effectively (40 minutes)
    Is it urgent, important or both? Learn about our methods for prioritizing your tasks – and making time for yourself.
  • Level 4. Governing your emotions (40 minutes)
    Are you an emotional “sponge”? Take our test and follow our tips to keep yourself from being overwhelmed by your emotions and those of others.
  • Level 5. Communicating calmly (40 minutes)
    Do you find it hard to say “no”? Do you have trouble taking criticism? Use our exercises to express yourself calmly and firmly.

Launch price: €2.69
This fee gives you access to the five levels of the app – that’s over 3.5 hours of anti-stress coaching and tips.

Access to the first three levels is free-of-charge so that you can try out the app.

Stress doesn’t have to be a part of life. We can reduce tension and learn to live with greater tranquillity. To achieve this goal, in collaboration with the digital-education publisher Teach on Mars, Psychologies magazine has developed a five-step smartphone application to assist you on a day-to-day basis. With just a click of your smartphone, you can learn how to put together your own emergency anti-stress kit, so as to better manage your time, control your emotions and express yourself calmly. Information, tips and exercises: you’ll find the whole Psychologies experience in a fun, practical version. A new tool, a new approach, but the same mindset: that’s the vision of Psychologies.

THE AUTHOR: Flavia Mazelin Salvi has been a journalist with Psychologies magazine for over 10 years. Specializing in psychology and personal development, she is the author of books on relaxation published by Presses du Châtelet.

Psychologies contact:

Stéphanie Besson - +33 (0)1 41 34 83 71 -

Lagardère Active contact:

Lucie Dugit-Gros - +33 (0)1 41 34 79 25 -

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