Reviewed Bipolar Disorder Apps Links
(viewing 1 - 5 of 8)MoodKit
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.
DBSA Wellness Tracker
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
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.