[App] MoodTools – Depression Aid
If you are feeling sad, anxious, or depressed, lift your mood with MoodTools!
Mood Tools is designed to help you combat depression and alleviate your negative moods, aiding you on your road to recovery.
Mood Tools contains several different research-supported tools. They include:
Thought Diary – Improve your mood by analyzing your thoughts and identifying negative / distorted thinking patterns based on principles from Cognitive Therapy
Activities – Regain your energy by performing energizing activities and tracking your mood before and after, based on Behavioral Activation Therapy
Safety Plan – Develop a suicide safety plan to keep you safe and utilize emergency resources during a suicidal crisis
Information – Read information, a detailed self-help guide, and find help with internet resources
Test – Take the PHQ-9 depression questionnaire to track your symptom severity
Video – Discover helpful YouTube videos that can improve your mood and behavior, from guided meditations to enlightening TED talks
Mood Tools was designed in collaboration with multiple mental health professionals. Mood Tools is free, contains no advertisements, and is a purely non-profit venture aimed at helping people suffering from clinical depression. Thank you for supporting our efforts with your positive ratings and reviews. Please send any requests, questions, or feedback via email to moodtools[at]moodtools.org and we will be sure to respond to each one.
Disclaimer: This mental health application is not intended to be a replacement for treatment nor any sort of medical intervention. Treatment is, by far, the best way to overcome clinical depression or other mental illnesses. Therapy and antidepressants have been shown to effectively treat clinical depression and anxiety. This application will only aid you on your path to recovery from depression or anxiety. In addition, if you are not in treatment, talk to your doctor or therapist or use this app to find resources that can connect you to treatment.
While MoodTools is designed as a self-help mental health application to help people suffering from clinical depression, it can also assist people without mental illness or people suffering from other mental disorders / mental illnesses such as anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), bipolar disorder, seasonal affective disorder, dysthymia, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, or schizophrenia.
MoodTools user reviews :
It was quite helpful for me! Taking the test regularly makes you aware of your progress, and the CBT algorithms can be life-saving. It also helped me become more, I could say, mindful about my issues while I was fighting depression. So thanks.
I’ve been struggling with my anxiety and depression. I have days where I think irrationally and looking at the notes I wrote to myself, the journals I take, and redoing the test on a weekly basis helps my mind make sense of what is going on. I love this app and it’s helped significantly.
This app is really good it has a depression test and CBT where I can write my thoughts this is helping me because my thoughts become irrational and build up on my mind. I love that there are links to relaxing videos on YouTube that makes me feel a little better it would be better if there was videos on the app that was not online as I have wasted a little data watching them. (Thank God for relaxing music apps I’ve installed one).
(The best bit for me is the thought analyser which really helps. Like the videos too. Have recommended to others.) Since I wrote this in 2014 I have used the mood rating regularly and I find the whole thing quite comforting, I like filling out the crisis plan, find it a positive thing to do.
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