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Wellbeing apps and tools

Our collection of apps and tools are designed to help you look after your wellbeing.


  • Stress Check

    It’s not always easy to recognise when you’re experiencing stress – but it’s important to understand whether it could be affecting you, so that you can begin to manage it.

    Use our Stress Check to find out how you’re coping with life’s demands and what you can do to maintain your wellbeing.

  • Resilience Check

    Understanding your resilience and taking steps to build it can go a long way in helping you to overcome stressful situations.

    Use our tool to find out how quickly you’re able to adapt to changing circumstances and recover from difficult life events.

  • Financial Resilience Check

    Financial resilience is about having the ability to withstand a sudden shock to your finances.

    Take our money health check to see how financially resilient you are, and how you can manage your money now and plan for the future.

  • Benefits Calculator

    If you’re not sure what benefits you may be entitled to, there’s help at hand with the benefits calculator from InBest. It doesn’t cover all benefits, or every possible situation, but it’ll help you estimate if you’re entitled to means-tested benefits and it’ll indicate if you’re entitled to other, non-means-tested benefits. You'll need to have documents like wage slips, bank statements and bills to hand to help you fill out the details.

  • Budget Planner

    Setting up and sticking to a budget is a great way to take control of your finances. By limiting your spending, you'll find it easier to keep on top of bills and make your money go further – helping to improve your financial wellbeing.

    Use our free budget planner to help you identify the amount you need to set aside to cover your costs, and what you can afford to spend on things you enjoy.



  • My Possible Self

    My Possible Self is a research-led app, which offers a holistic approach to mental health. It can help you to manage anxiety, tackle depression, ease stress and improve sleep.

    Using the learning modules, you’ll discover simple steps you can take that’ll help you to live a happier and healthier life. You can track how you feel each day with the Mood Tracker and highlight activities, places and people that influence your mood, so you can focus on the things that make you feel great and do less of the things that don’t.

    Register for free access to the app for a 12-month period, by completing this form.

  • Kooth

    Kooth is an online service for children and young people aged 11-24, and provides access to an online community of peers, self-help articles and a team of experienced counsellors.

    Visit the website for free, safe and anonymous support.

  • Law Express

    Law Express is an independent legal advice service that provides initial guidance on a wide range of issues.

    Their app is a free, quick and easy-to-use reference tool through which you can access a plenitude of useful and practical legal resources, including those pertaining to family, employment, property, tax, wills and consumer advice matters.

    Register for free access to the app here.

  • Workfriend

    Workfriend is an online platform designed to help you find work and manage your career. It includes a C.V builder, job search engine, interview simulator, access to tools and resources, career development advice, the latest vacancies, and learning resources to support you with your transition to a new role.

    Register for free access to Workfriend for a 6-month period, by completing this form

More support

  • Our support services

    The Bank Workers Charity exists to support current and former bank employees. Find out more about the services and support we provide.
  • Resilience

    Resilience isn't something you're born with but something you develop. Learn about and build your resilience to help you manage in stressful situations.
  • Budgeting

    Sticking to a budget is the best way to help you meet your needs and stay out of debt. Use this guide to budgeting to help you get back in control of your money.

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