MindMax

MindMax aims to help you “build and strengthen a resilient mind”. There are four main sections of the home page: ‘Train’, ‘Share’, ‘Play’, and ‘Me’. ‘Train’ allows you to choose training sessions with objectives such as building resilience and wellbeing. There are five training sessions available that the user can complete in any order. ‘Share’ opens a community forum where you can share any of your achievements or thoughts with other MindMax community members. Each time that you complete a training session or share in the community forum, you earn “footies”. Footies unlock access to games in the ‘Play’ section. ‘Me’ allows you to update your avatar, personal settings or privacy settings.

Available for: iOS 8.0 or later (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch), Android 4.1 or later
Company Name: AFL Players Association
Classification (Type of Treatment): Cognitive Behavioral Principles, Mindfulness
Targeted conditions: Mood disorders, Stress & Anxiety
Target demographics: Males
Special provider necessary: No
Languages Available: English
Where to get it: 
iTunes
Google Play

Cost: Free


Expert ratings and reviews

PsyberGuide rating: The research and support basis of the product

Basis of research: 0/3
Source of funding for the research: 0/2
Specificity of the proposed intervention: 2/3
Number of consumer ratings: 1/3
Product advisory support: 1/1
Software support: 2/2

Total Score: 6/14

date of rating: November 2017

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Research on the product

MindMax is currently being evaluated in a clinical trial: QUT Ethics Approval Number 1600001227. This trial is focused on understanding the impact on users’ wellbeing.



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