T2 Mood Tracker

T2 Mood Tracker is an app designed to help users track their emotions over time. It comes with six pre-installed areas: Anxiety, Depression, Well-Being, Head Injury, Post-Traumatic Stress, and Stress. Users can also add and customize additional scales. T2 Mood Tracker compiles the user’s ratings in each of these areas and creates a graph that can be printed or shared directly with a treatment provider. There is also space to note important or meaningful events during the day. This is intended to help users and their providers see patterns and identify triggers in the user’s daily life. This can help empower the user to make healthier decisions for managing their life.

Available for: Mobile devices
Company: National Center for Telehealth and Technology (T2)
Classification: Symptom Tracker
Targeted conditions: Mood Disorders, Stress & Anxiety, PTSD
Target demographic: Adolescents and Adults
Special provider necessary: No
Non-English Language versions available: No
Where to get it: http://t2health.org/apps/t2-mood-tracker#.Ul4UFVDnumQ
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.t2.vas&hl=en
Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/t2-mood-tracker/id428373825


Expert ratings and reviews

PsyberGuide rating: The research and support basis of the product

Total score: 7/14

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

date of rating: June 2016

Explanation of the rating factors


MARS rating

Quality scores range from 1 to 5, where 5 is the maximum score

 

Objective quality score: 3.51

Subscale scores:

Engagement: 2.40

Functionality: 4.21

Aesthetics: 3.17

Information: 4.25


Subjective quality score: 1.63

Perceived impact score: 1.92

 

Rated by: Queensland University

Date of rating: August 2016

More information about the MARS scale


Expert review

Read the comparative review of PTSD apps by expert Dr. Alice Saperstein, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology, Columbia University Medical Center




Research on the product

No available research studies on the product.

http://t2health.dcoe.mil/research.html contains a list of articles published by The National Center for Telehealth & Technology (T2), the developer of T2 Mood Tracker, but none are specific to this product.



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