Moodpath: Depression & Anxiety

Moodpath: Depression & Anxiety

By MoodPath UG

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2015-11-11
  • Current Version: 2.7.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 49.23 MB
  • Developer: MoodPath UG
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 6,687 Reviews)
  • Price:
Moodpath: Depression & Anxiety App Ratings: 4.5
Total 6,687 Reviews

Moodpath: Depression & Anxiety App Description

Do you struggle with some of your thoughts and feelings? Are you looking for ways to improve your emotional well-being? Moodpath is here as your personalized mental health companion. Try it out and find a place to reflect and get information, encouragement, and guidance. FEATURES 1) Assess your mental health - Answer daily questions about your emotional and physical well-being - Get a bi-weekly mental health assessment - Share your assessment with mental health professionals 2) Track and reflect - Use Moodpath as your intelligent mood journal - Have a quick reference of your emotional states throughout the day - Reflect on your thoughts, feelings, and experiences - Receive helpful and supportive insights to understand patterns and triggers 3) Improve - Choose from a large library of audio and written exercises, based on the methods of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) - Understand the psychology behind your moods - Improve your sleep - Reduce brooding - Learn effective mindfulness techniques - Acquire skills in self-compassion You can find more information about our terms of use here: Here you can learn more about our privacy policy: The monthly and annual Moodpath Plus subscription renews automatically unless turned off in Account Settings at least 24h before current period ends. Payment is charged to your iTunes account. Unused portion of the free trial is forfeited after purchase. CONNECT WITH US Web – Facebook – Twitter – Mail -


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Moodpath: Depression & Anxiety App Reviews

  • Helps a lot

    By ilsvuk
    I love how I can talk about my feelings and not get uncomfortable by talking to an actual person. I also think that it is cool that you don’t have to wait the specific times, you can also add another entry any time you want Incase you need to get your feelings out. Overall, very helpful.
  • It’s amazing

    By A+ with downfall
    There are like no Adds abs it’s helped so much
  • Life Changing

    By user510z
    I felt like my life was spiraling out of control and decided I needed to keep a journal to try to sort out my feelings and take notes to maybe try to find a pattern. I downloaded this app and it has gone above and beyond my expectations. I log my thoughts. It asks questions. Tracks everything. However, I answered a question about suicide today (having had suicidal thoughts and depression most my life-but haven’t worries too much on actual actions-strictly thoughts). The app went straight into a message and continued with questions. Offering to call an anonymous help line, a text line, or to text a loved one. I clicked on the text a loved one option and it opened my texts with a text ready saying “Can you call me? I’m not doing well and I think I need to talk..” I’ve been amazed with this app and truly believe it saves lives.
  • i like

    By mayec137
    i honestly think its a pretty nice app
  • GOOD self track for Depression only

    By Familytraveler4
    I wish that it tracked anxiety symptoms /disorders as well as it implied in the app summary. Overall, good app to use to monitor depression , and easy to use. You get a result diagnosis every 2weeks .
  • Overall Great

    By erinaceous1995
    As someone who’s struggled with depression and anxiety for years, this is a nice tool for keeping an eye on my moods. My one real complaint is that the “pause” button at the bottom (it looks like a little leaf) seems to do nothing but cause my app to freeze
  • Helping me after experiencing an emotional abuse relationship

    By lilie ava
    This app has helped me tremendously. I wouldn’t take it to diagnose anything severe and would recommend seeing an in person therapist for severe depression or other disorders, (I think it would be hard to pinpoint the symptoms spec) but it’s insightful algorithm asks different questions based on your responses and even provides help for people having suicidal thoughts. It has been a tremendous relief and friend for me during a really tough time in my life. It’s helped me track my emotions, (without any annoying ads or pointless advice) it easily pushes you into being more mindful, and gives simple beautiful and easy to follow videos that are calming and has ultimately inspired and fueled my desire to keep improving myself and find an in-person psychotherapist. I’ve dealt with depression since the age of 15, and I’m on medication. But it’s been really helpful learning to be mindful, and learning more about self growth. I’ve always wanted a good mood tracker and will continue to use this. ♥️ thank you for your help.
  • It only monitors depression

    By ejtomlinson
    The only bad thing about the app is that it only monitors depression. I thought that it would also monitor anxiety and other disorders. But I am going to keep the app because it is very helpful and caring towards the user. My friend and I got it to try it together and she does have depression and with the help of this app I think she’s finally considering therapy which she desperately needs!
  • Fantastic

    By MayBaby1234678
    I don’t think that I’ve ever had an app that truly seems to understand how I’m feeling and provide tips that I can use and apply easily into my life. Three times a day you can fill out a really fast mood chart and it’s documented. I felt a lot of relief by being more in touch with my feelings. The only complaint is if you do miss a time you can’t go back and write down your mood. Other than that it helps me get through day to day life.
  • Great idea, a few minor issues

    By erinerinfalk
    I love this app and have really been enjoying tracking my mood over time. The interface is great and the questions it asks are relevant to someone who struggles with depression. However I have found it frustrating that journal entries sometimes get deleted if I leave the app while in progress or if I go back and decide to change my mood after journaling and thinking about it more. There should be a way to retroactively change that, or the app should remember my journal entries if I go back. I just lost 3 paragraphs because of this, which is a little frustrating. All in all, though, I think it’s a useful tool. I would suggest that the developers just add functionality that treats the journal feature as an actual journal rather than just a place to jot down a few thoughts. I like to get in depth with my journaling.