Reviewed Depression: Depression & Related Conditions Apps Links
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T2 Mood Tracker T2 T2 Mood Tracker is designed to help you track your emotional experience over time and to provide you with a tool to share this information with your health care provider. This app comes with six pre-loaded issues: anxiety, depression, general well-being, head injury, post-traumatic stress, and stress. You can also add customized scales on any topic (e.g., a pain scale). You use simple sliders to rate yourself on these behavioral categories and the app automatically graphs your inputs. You can also make notes describing things that happened during the day that may have affected your moods. This provides you and your health care provider with a complete tool to help you uncover patterns in how you are feeling. It may also help you to evaluate the impact of daily events or the effects of treatment on your mood.
MoodKit Thriveport, LLC MoodKit is an app designed to help you apply effective strategies of professional psychology to your everyday life. With four integrated tools, MoodKit helps you to engage in mood-enhancing activities, identify and change unhealthy thinking, rate and chart mood across time, and create journal entries using custom templates designed to promote well-being.
DBSA Wellness Tracker Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) The DBSA Wellness Tracker is an app that allows you to keep track of your emotional, mental, and physical health. The tracker reports give you an at-a-glance summary of your health trends. This can help you better recognize potential health problems and mood triggers in your daily life, as well as help you better partner with your clinician on treatment plans.
eMoods Bipolar Mood Tracker Yottaram LLC Track your daily depressed and elevated moods, symptoms, sleep, and medications and email your doctor a printable chart at the end of each month. Mood journaling is part of cognitive behavioral therapy and other treatments for bipolar, depression, and other mood and anxiety disorders. Use this app with your doctor. This app is for charting daily extremes of moods and other symptoms, and does not log multiple moods and other symptoms per day.
ReliefLink Emory University ReliefLink is developed specifically for suicide prevention and more generally for improving mental health. It enables you to create a personalized profile that includes pertinent information such as your mental health professional?s contact info, insurance coverage, and current medications. Track your mood and thoughts daily, create a safety plan, make a list of reminders (e.g. appointments, take medication, etc.) and check out the unique coping methods such as voice-recorded mindfulness and relaxation exercises or simply enjoy relaxing music. Need to find mental health help near you, especially in a crisis? Use the Map Locator to find the closest hospitals or other mental health treatment facilities. You can also find help through the therapist and support group links. Use the Emergency button to view options such as Call 911, Helpline, Counselor, and more.