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Improve your mood and become your own expert with the wisdom and guidance of MoodKit at your fingertips! • Featured in London Times, NY Times, LA Times, Harvard Business Review, CNET, Discover Magazine & more • Developed by experts and repeatedly selected as one of the "best mental health apps" in the world • Professional psychology tips and tools for everyday life! "It's like having your own portable psychologist...packed with tools designed to improve not just your mood, but also your overall well-being." --CNET "Whether you have trouble managing stress, depression, anxiety or other moods, this feature-rich app offers tools to help. Use it every day for a month and see how it can help you make your life better." --Christine Padesky, Ph.D., Co-author of Mind Over Mood, Distinguished Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy "If you are looking for a greater sense of optimism, an improved mood and a greater sense of control over your life, open up the MoodKit app." --Dennis Greenberger, Ph.D., Co-author of Mind Over Mood, Past President of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy MoodKit is a one-of-a-kind app designed to help you apply effective strategies of professional psychology to your everyday life! With four integrated tools, MoodKit helps you to... * Take action to improve your life. * Feel better by changing how you think. * Rate & chart your mood to monitor progress. * Develop self-awareness & healthy attitudes. Developed by two clinical psychologists (creators of Moodnotes), MoodKit draws upon the principles and techniques of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), one of the most effective and scientifically-supported methods of psychotherapy. MoodKit's innovative design enables it to be used on its own or to enhance professional treatment. HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE: • Over 200 mood improvement activities. • Tailor recommended activities to your needs. • iOS calendar integration. • Guidance to modify distressing thoughts. • Unlimited/multiple mood ratings & notes per day. • Exportable Mood Charts with 7 & 30-day views. • Saves exportable notes to a central Journal. • Over a dozen custom journal templates. • Add your own activities & journal templates. • Link custom reminders to your favorite tools. • Security PIN, Touch/Face ID, & AirPrint enabled. • View mood notes right from the chart. MOODKIT'S TOOLS: + MoodKit Activities The MoodKit Activities tool provides a wide variety of suggestions for specific steps you can take to improve your mood. The activities, along with their accompanying examples and tips, provide you with specific ways to implement psychological principles and techniques known to reduce negative feelings and enhance well-being. + Thought Checker Thought Checker helps you to manage negative feelings related to a specific situation by identifying and modifying the thoughts that contribute to those feelings. Through repeated use, it will help you learn to change your feelings (or change the intensity of your feelings) by changing how you think! + Mood Tracker Mood Tracker allows you to make, save, and chart daily ratings of your mood. Through its integration with the Journal tool, it also enables you to record and save any notes that you would like to attach to your mood ratings. Supports multiple mood ratings per day and enhanced charting that displays individual ratings, daily averages, & daily ranges! + Journal The MoodKit Journal allows you to create, save, and export notes about mood-related activities and relevant observations in everyday life. The Journal comes with a variety of pre-formatted templates that help you to journal in specific ways known to help improve mood, and the option of creating your own templates. Quick Start Tips and research support for MoodKit’s benefits at: http://www.thriveport.com/resources
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Update: for the last few months I've been using the thought checker nearly every day, and I have noticed a change in how I respond to upsetting events, so hey, it works. Overall I like this app. The big weakness is that the mood tracker only lets you do one mood per day. Also, some of the journal questions come across as cheesy or annoying or just unhelpful. However, other ones are direct and helpful, and I've already created a couple templates of my own that I think will be useful. I like the thought checker: it's brief and convenient but also to the point. I like having the long list of suggested feelings and the option to pick more than one, and it's more convenient to have a list of distortions there rather than pulling out a piece of paper and having to go by memory when on the run. I also appreciate that there's an option to say there's no distortion but still a better way of looking at things. I've only looked at a couple of the activities but the apparent variety is impressive. And again, the convenience factor is amazing.
Mood tracker seems to be a great app for self monitoring and then it provides ideas to help with areas of concern. I would rank it a solid 5/5 if there was area to monitor sleep. There are great sleep aids. Thank you. My biggest issue is being charged for an in app purchase and I was unaware of the purchase or what I purchased. This is an app for people who have some area of need psychologically or mentally. Some may be more serious than others. I think it would be helpful if there was a bold clearly delineated notice that a person was starting a purchasing process as well as a “ are you sure you want to spend 4.99 per month box. It would be great to have a buyers remorse box too (LOL). Thank you very much for this program and it’s a solid 5/5 if you give a little more thought about your target audience and the types of issues different people cope with on a variety of levels such as accessing your wonderful program. I am recovering from a brain injury and I am relearning many things that are difficult for me like understanding things on-line purchasing and other financial things. Until a few months ago my partner was dealing with these types of things for me.
I rarely take the time to write reviews, but as both a mental health clinician and someone who suffers from major depressive disorder and anxiety, I'm so impressed by the practical utility of this app, first in probing the myriad ways that chronic distress undermines our real-world well-being, and second because of the myriad targeted, concrete & evidence-based strategies it suggests to flip the tables and improve our moods through simple shifts in conscious thought & action. Also love the personal commitment framework as practical strategy for real-life application. Only quibble is that the daily mood & thought journaling interfaces are clunky-looking and not nearly as intuitive as a handful of otherwise mediocre & shamelessly pricey mood tracking & CBT apps on the market. I also wished that this somehow integrated with iOS' 'health' app, which I already use for diet & activity tracking. Were developers to redress those two issues, I hesitate to speculate what I actually might pay for the result.
I’ve just started using this app so hopefully it will get better and I’ll become more attached as I use it. I’ve turned on fingerprint authentication and now the app glitches and crashes every time I try to open the app. First time it took three crashes before it finally opened. Unfortunately for the app I was just getting crashed on logins two times before it finally ran and I was able to open the app where it immediately asked me to rate. So, the breadth of activities seems to be good, I just ran through random activities. I wish there were more statements based on the aspect to help place myself on the slides for determining the focus areas. The UI just seems less graphically appealing than more recent apps. The icons could be more rounded boxes and less cluttered on the landing screen. Plus, the quick start guide would have been great if it was a few opening slides when I entered the app. My first opening was super overwhelming and so I had no idea what to do or where to go. So a quick run through of what the app can do would have been really nice.
So I downloaded this app last week on Thursday or Friday, and started using it right away! I love this app, and am very happy with the shear amount of knowledge it has to offer as well the amount of tips and exercises it also has to offer, 200+ not including the ones that can be created by the user. But, Everytime I try and sync it with my calendar, it closes out on me and never saves it to my calendar at all! I had this happen 3 times yesterday (Saturday) within an hour. Then 2 more times in the evening. Bug... Glitch... Not sure what is going on, but not one sync has happened with the calendar. To which is this a feature I must have inorder for me to use this app? No, but I thought I'd bring it to the developers attention. Otherwise I would highly recommend this app to anyone suffering with mental health.
Developed by ThrivePort, LLC.
MoodKit is ranking in Health & Fitness & Medical
Last update was at Nov 27, 2021and the current version is 3.3.
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MoodKit have a 195a user reviews.