Reviewed Depression: Depression & Related Conditions Apps Links
(viewing 1 - 5 of 23)T2 Mood Tracker
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.
An evaluation tool that allows individuals to assess themselves or others for depression, anxiety, drug and alcohol and suicidal issues. It gives recommendations to help with any issues at hand. The app allows individuals to monitor progress over time.
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.
The M3 is a state-of-the-art, research validated screen that in 3 minutes assesses your risk of depression, bipolar and anxiety disorders (including PTSD. After completing the short checklist you receive a personalized confidential report sharing how much burden these symptoms may be causing you. Please reach out to a professional should you feel a need for help.
NIH Depression Info
Using this app is like having a depression textbook in the palm of your hand. The NIH Depression Info app includes detailed information about symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatments for the condition. You can also find information about how to start looking for help if you or someone you know shows signs of depression.