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Moodometer - your interactive mood diary

Moodometer is a discrete, portable and easy to use interactive mood diary which helps you monitor, understand and receive top tips on your emotional wellbeing, whenever or wherever you are. Emotional wellbeing is as important as our physical health and the more we are aware of how we feel - be it happy or sad - the more we can start to take control of our own health. With millions of people updating Twitter and Facebook ...more »

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iThinkSmarter Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Treatment app

I've suffered from anxiety for years and medication has'nt ever helped me. I've tried therapy, but I felt patronized and it never really gave me anything other than time talking about how anxious i was. This app has been a revelation. It's really easy to understand and the techniques are easy to use each day, and they help. It's like having a therapist in my hand. My husband is so pleased too! I would recommend it so ...more »

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iThinkSmarter Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Treatment app

I have used this CBT app, it was recommended by my local GP. I used it to tackle my anxiety and worry that i have had for many years. I have had counselling and therapy before but this app made perfect sense to me, was easy to follow and wasnt patronising or full of psycho babble.

I cannot recommend it enough, since using it three o my friends have also downloaded it and only wish it was on prescription.

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Automatically send yourself helpful messages

Using your electronic calendar (e.g. Google calendar and gmail): - set up a repeating meeting (for you only), at times of the day/week/month/year when you want to send yourself a helpful message; e.g. a positive message, a reminder of a possible situation, actions to take if certain situations have occured, etc... - set up the meeting so that participants (you) are sent a reminder email; this will contain the title and ...more »

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Moodscope - measuring your state of mind (and alerting friends)

A 'website-based-app'; - an easy and innovative way to measure, track and record comments on your state of mind, allowing you to see what things in life bring you up/down - your results can be sent to friends and carers, alerting them if you're down - the process of self-measuring in this way in itself seems to help self-awareness, maintenance of balance, and recovery (see the tremendous comments below) - the daily ...more »

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New recording, monitoring, behaviour change, LTC self care app

Wow, that’s a lot for an app to do I hear you say. You are right, it would need capabilities way beyond what is possible solely with a smartphone app. However "my favourite app" bit.ly/oPqDX6 an NHS owned, low cost innovation “Florence” aka “Flo” is already doing all of this and a lot more, working with unlimited single conditions and co-morbidities sharing data instantly across primary, secondary and 3rd sector teams, ...more »

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OASIS - Online Mental Health Support

OASIS - Online Access to Services, Information and Support is in development to provide online support to people in mental health and wellbeing. As many as 1 in 4 of us experience some form of mental health condition at some time in our lives. The OASIS project is being developed by Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Foundation Trust (CPFT). We will review and signpost other online mental health apps, so if you are developing ...more »

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Alert mental health sufferers & carers to a possible episode.

Use software in mobile phone system to track changes in a client's - tone of voice, - regularity and speed of calling and texting, - even vocabulary usage, and thus recognise when their thought patterns are becoming abnormal, e.g. they may be entering a depressed ('flat'), anxious, angry, manic or psychotic phase. Then use this information to (a) alert the client, giving valuable self-awareness (e.g to take pre-emptive ...more »

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ibooks on prescription

There is evidence to show that reading a good book can help people improve their health and manage exisiting health conditions. My app would let you find out what good quality, self-help books are available at your local public library. It would be particulatly good for people suffering from common mental health conditions, diabetes, obesity and those who need help stopping smoking. It would also encourage people to use ...more »

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