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Moodpath - Depression & Anxiety Test

Moodpath - Depression & Anxiety Test

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Complete the interactive test & receive your personal mental health assessment

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  • gave me hope Aug 5, 2019

    By Sarayay
    This app is the best thing ever, no joke. I have so many things going on in my life that could make me sad or happy, and as a very sensitive person, I was very overwhelmed and confused about how it was affecting my mental health. I always thought I was mildly depressed. I took a bunch of online quizzes and they all looked the same but gave me different results. A couple said I was clear, and a couple said I had mild depression. At this point I had no idea what to do or what to think, and I knew I wanted some real answers, pronto. I felt like a psychologist was a lot of money, and all I really wanted to hear was if I’m depressed or not. So, I looked up the app store for help thinking “there’s gotta be an app for this!” And then Moodpath was the first result. I checked it out, great reviews, completely free, so I got it. It’s been about 2 months now, and I’m in love. The 15-day results are a great schedule, and there is a reasonable amount of notifications, 3 times a day to answer questions describing your mood. I got real results in no time at all, for no charge. This app truly gave me some hope for myself and for others who need it because it’s really amazing and relieving. I think as long as you’re honest and you answer questions 3 times a day, this app will turn out perfect for you. Very pleased with this app and thanks so much to its creators❤️❤️
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  • Jul 21, 2020

    By Limbo
    The app overall I think lemds itself to help a lot of people. It is easy to use and simple to understand. I'm sure I'll think even higher of it, once I get my 14 entries in. However there are problems. When scrolling at all it is very slippery and easy to click something you don't mean to, this needs to be fixed. I also do not feel good about the app being partnered with betterhelp. I don't think moodpath should be paired with a company that is deceptive about what their therapy is used for.
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  • Beautiful App! Nov 7, 2019

    By Katièéëėē
    I’ve struggled with Bipolar 2 disorder which I only recently was diagnosed with. Therefore, I’m still trying to understand my experiences and my condition. My psychiatrist encouraged me to keep a “mood” journal, and referred me to this app. All I can say, is thank you Moodpath. You’ve helped me immensely in terms of keeping track of my thoughts, emotions, feelings, and everything in between. I highly recommend using this app to keep track of your emotions and daily experiences. The app even offers some “courses” and tools to help with different coping strategies (which I have yet to try), but the fact that the option is available makes the app that much more worth a try. Although some of the courses aren’t free to utilize, I anticipate myself signing up for Moodpath Plus for those extra features soon. I wish more people know about this company, because the creators seem to really care about people struggling with any kind of psychological problems. And even if you don’t, it’s still interesting to see how in depth Moodpath assesses your everyday experiences! Again, thank you so much for helping me map out and organize what I’m feeling every day.
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  • Jul 28, 2020

    By Gracie Hindmon
    This is a four star app because it helps me realize what's going on in my life. It's missing a star because I've had it for almost a month and I still haven't gotten clear results to what I'm experiencing. Other than that, it's a great log and I'd recommend it to anyone going through something, or someone who thinks they are about to go through something.
    more
  • Good for the most part Nov 10, 2019

    By umsup136
    I’ve been using this app for around 2 weeks and waited to write a review until I got the first result. This app works good as a mood tracker and the idea of repeated assessments every few weeks is a good idea, because your emotional state changes from time to time. I also like the feature where you can write down your thoughts after you answer your daily set of questions. The only things I would say is I wish the questions were less repetitive and generic... like they were basic depression/anxiety questions and depression/anxiety manifests itself in a variety of ways in different people & a lot of the questions repeated themselves over-and-over again and only sometimes id get a different question. Also on questions instead of just yes and no there should be a “Not applicable” option as well... for instance I’m young and there were questions such as “do you have a deceased sex drive?” And I’m not sexually active so it’s non applicable to me, but that wasn’t an option. Lastly I wish the results of the assessment took into account the severity of the symptoms themselves instead of just the number of symptoms. I feel like you can have a lot of depression symptoms but they might not be that severe or you can 1 or 2 and those happen to be bad symptoms, yet it would tell you your depression is mild if that makes sense. But overall I think this app is good.
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  • Not for me Nov 12, 2019

    By BeeTerese
    I see it’s working for others and that’s great! I found that the questions were repetitive. I’d like to see some more advanced AI here where the app remembers what things you struggle with and what you don’t. Kind of reminds me of going to the dr office and they always make me fill out the depression and asthma screening sheet even though I’ve been diagnosed with clinical depression for over ten years and asthma for over seven. The questions are very vague in my opinion and not necessarily related to my illness. For example, “Do you find it hard to make decisions lately?” Well yes, I’ve always been indecisive person. So constantly being asked this is just a bit annoying. It’s a little less personal than I’d like it to be I suppose. The list of emotions to chose from when charting your mood are not nearly as many as I’d like to see. Hate to compare another app here but Sanvello does a great job of this. Depression isn’t just sadness, it can be anger, apathy, boredom, loneliness, etc. I do, however like the literature and guides in the discover tab. Very helpful when you don’t know exactly what you’re feeling and for trying different methods to alleviate the bouts of depression and anxiety attacks.
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  • gave me hope Aug 5, 2019

    By Sarayay
    This app is the best thing ever, no joke. I have so many things going on in my life that could make me sad or happy, and as a very sensitive person, I was very overwhelmed and confused about how it was affecting my mental health. I always thought I was mildly depressed. I took a bunch of online quizzes and they all looked the same but gave me different results. A couple said I was clear, and a couple said I had mild depression. At this point I had no idea what to do or what to think, and I knew I wanted some real answers, pronto. I felt like a psychologist was a lot of money, and all I really wanted to hear was if I’m depressed or not. So, I looked up the app store for help thinking “there’s gotta be an app for this!” And then Moodpath was the first result. I checked it out, great reviews, completely free, so I got it. It’s been about 2 months now, and I’m in love. The 15-day results are a great schedule, and there is a reasonable amount of notifications, 3 times a day to answer questions describing your mood. I got real results in no time at all, for no charge. This app truly gave me some hope for myself and for others who need it because it’s really amazing and relieving. I think as long as you’re honest and you answer questions 3 times a day, this app will turn out perfect for you. Very pleased with this app and thanks so much to its creators❤️❤️
    more
  • Beautiful App! Nov 7, 2019

    By Katièéëėē
    I’ve struggled with Bipolar 2 disorder which I only recently was diagnosed with. Therefore, I’m still trying to understand my experiences and my condition. My psychiatrist encouraged me to keep a “mood” journal, and referred me to this app. All I can say, is thank you Moodpath. You’ve helped me immensely in terms of keeping track of my thoughts, emotions, feelings, and everything in between. I highly recommend using this app to keep track of your emotions and daily experiences. The app even offers some “courses” and tools to help with different coping strategies (which I have yet to try), but the fact that the option is available makes the app that much more worth a try. Although some of the courses aren’t free to utilize, I anticipate myself signing up for Moodpath Plus for those extra features soon. I wish more people know about this company, because the creators seem to really care about people struggling with any kind of psychological problems. And even if you don’t, it’s still interesting to see how in depth Moodpath assesses your everyday experiences! Again, thank you so much for helping me map out and organize what I’m feeling every day.
    more
  • Jul 24, 2020

    By Hima
    It's a helpful app. It's a journal and a therapist. It asks you questions about your mood, feelings and thoughts thrice a day. It notes down these insights on a daily basis. You can express yourself freely without any fear of judgement. It has a section which has information about mental health topics, sleep and positivity. It also has an auto-generated chat section. You can express yourself there and it will help you. It can also connect you to professional therapists via call It's a great app
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  • Aug 2, 2020

    By Ashly Wester
    When I remember to answer my questions, I get really good insights and a great way to track my moods. It's helped me track my bipolar moods and gives tips on how to handle it. It also has questions related to the pandemic and how I'm feeling so I can keep track of my mood changes through isolation.
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  • Jul 29, 2020

    By Vijayata Pandit
    I am very happy with the app, it has helped me a lot in my low times. I just wish it could align with the local time zone, it seems it has no settings to change the time zones and since iam in India my morning questions come late at night which I mostly miss 😓. Please fix this if you can. Thanks to the whole team working behind all the support this app provides.😚🤗
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  • Jul 28, 2020

    By Gracie Hindmon
    This is a four star app because it helps me realize what's going on in my life. It's missing a star because I've had it for almost a month and I still haven't gotten clear results to what I'm experiencing. Other than that, it's a great log and I'd recommend it to anyone going through something, or someone who thinks they are about to go through something.
    more
  • Time Constraints Jul 26, 2019

    By Caffeingirl
    After trying several similar, but less thorough and successful apps, I discovered Moodpath. It works great for me and for the most part I’m extremely happy with it. My main issue is the rigidity of the journal time constraints. I frequently go to bed late and consequently rise late as well. By the time I’m up the morning journal time is over and I get the “you missed your morning questions” message. Does it really matter if the journaling is done in the morning? For me, at least, I’m just happy to write three times a day and Moodpath helps facilitate that. Getting a “you missed morning, etc., does not. There may be some reason it’s important they be in those actual time periods, but it feels artificial and rigid to me. Another issue is my phone was misplaced for a couple of days, so Moodpath was not filled in. This message was something along the line of, “your pages or something needed to be reset”. After filling in the pages for a couple months, it was alarming to read. It seemed a bit dire, even though it’s not ideal to skip a few days. I suppose this response makes more sense than my above concern, but for me, I wish there were a Moodpath lite or something similar-I’m being somewhat tongue in cheek, but a little wishful, too.
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  • Aug 1, 2020

    By Chloe
    I appreciate that but recommends that I call a helpline when I need one, but I would prefer that it also recommends a text helpline. Otherwise, aside from the payblocked articles, very good for tracking moods. Docked a star for the payblocks and the fact that it wants midday check-ins although it doesn't send notifications.
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  • Jul 22, 2020

    By Keanu Mannion
    Thid is a great app i just think you need to add alot more questions about drinking and alcohol issues as i maybe like many others have alot and you would get more of an insight if you did like for example a question like this ( have you drank alot more then you feel like you should this week, or does alcohol effect your life quite a few times within a week then it should)
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  • My Favorite Mood App Aug 6, 2020

    By Liz2910!
    Let’s start with what I’d change: If I could add any features to this app, I’d want to add a way to track medication. Taking meds is hard for a lot of people with psychiatric disorders and it’d be cool to be able to track them and set reminders. I think the variety of questions is good, I’d add one about irritability as I don’t recall seeing one. If I were designing the app for myself, I’d add questions about mania but this app wasn’t made for bipolar disorder so I can’t complain. And now for the review: I have generalized anxiety and bipolar disorder and have tried almost every mood tracking app there is and this one is by far my favorite! Anyone who has ever dealt with depression or anxiety or even thinks they might be should get it. It’s especially helpful for going to the doctor/psychiatrist or therapist because they always ask about your mood in the last two weeks or since you last saw them and a common symptom of depression is trouble with memory so obviously I struggle to remember the important details and this app is super useful for that. I like that it has insights so people can understand what’s going on instead of thinking something is just wrong with them. Overall excellent app :-)
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  • Jul 21, 2020

    By Limbo
    The app overall I think lemds itself to help a lot of people. It is easy to use and simple to understand. I'm sure I'll think even higher of it, once I get my 14 entries in. However there are problems. When scrolling at all it is very slippery and easy to click something you don't mean to, this needs to be fixed. I also do not feel good about the app being partnered with betterhelp. I don't think moodpath should be paired with a company that is deceptive about what their therapy is used for.
    more
  • Good for the most part Nov 10, 2019

    By umsup136
    I’ve been using this app for around 2 weeks and waited to write a review until I got the first result. This app works good as a mood tracker and the idea of repeated assessments every few weeks is a good idea, because your emotional state changes from time to time. I also like the feature where you can write down your thoughts after you answer your daily set of questions. The only things I would say is I wish the questions were less repetitive and generic... like they were basic depression/anxiety questions and depression/anxiety manifests itself in a variety of ways in different people & a lot of the questions repeated themselves over-and-over again and only sometimes id get a different question. Also on questions instead of just yes and no there should be a “Not applicable” option as well... for instance I’m young and there were questions such as “do you have a deceased sex drive?” And I’m not sexually active so it’s non applicable to me, but that wasn’t an option. Lastly I wish the results of the assessment took into account the severity of the symptoms themselves instead of just the number of symptoms. I feel like you can have a lot of depression symptoms but they might not be that severe or you can 1 or 2 and those happen to be bad symptoms, yet it would tell you your depression is mild if that makes sense. But overall I think this app is good.
    more
  • Okay but one major drawback Sep 2, 2019

    By Flor San Roman
    This is great for doing exactly what it says on the tin: tracking my moods over time, especially as connected or reacting to events. The only thing that drives me nuts is that it dumps my journal entries as I’m trying to write them because the phone rang or because I was distracted for a second. (Since I have to set aside what I was doing to make an entry, I can’t be absolutely sure nothing will cause me to stop writing or need to check something else.) it’s really infuriating because I tend to write a lot and like the opportunity to ramble and cover all the middle ground that questions leave out. The questions are kind of a different irritation because they rarely apply to me. They’re very generic and always yes/no. They don’t apply to someone with lifelong social problems or an unemployed person or an artist, etc. So I have to try and adapt them, like I do everything else and it gets tiresome. The journal is the only part I don’t have to adapt, but that’s only when my entry doesn’t crash and get lost. Oh and when it crashes the screen that comes back is my keyboard, but the type field is gone. I can type all I want but nothing will happen. I can’t say I’m done, I can’t go onto the next thing or anything. The only thing I can do is close the app completely. That trashed the whole entry and brings up the questions from the beginning. Super annoying.
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  • Needs Some Features Mar 12, 2020

    By Arielle_E_
    I really value this app for requiring me to check in with myself and recognize how I’m feeling. It has been invaluable for that, because otherwise I just won’t and then wonder why I’m suddenly spiraling into depression. That said, I wish this app saved data to my phone. If I’m not on WiFi and have to use my subpar carrier’s data instead, I have a mini-panic when I open the app and don’t see the months of mood logging I’ve done, because it apparently isn’t stored on my phone, but (I’m guessing) on their servers or cloud or whatever. Along the same line, if I have to connect over my carrier’s data instead of WiFi, it will take FOREVER to load. I’ll get the notification that it’s time to answer questions, but then the questions will take a few minutes because they aren’t already on my phone. There are sometimes other issues where if I decide to answer questions a little bit before the time I’m supposed to, it doesn’t save my responses and instead, asks me again. These issues seem tied to just having that information stored in the app but on the phone, but I’m no engineer. All I know is I like this app but I wish there were other features or storage options that wouldn’t give me a panic or make me agitated when I’m in an otherwise good mood.
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  • aspects are great! Others need work... Aug 4, 2019

    By Suroushi
    This app is exactly what I was looking for in the area of keeping track of my mental health, however- there are quite a few things I’d like to mention before I’d recommend this to anyone. Let’s start with the emotions you can mark as how you feel, there is rarely emotions for what I’m feeling, insecure, selfish, the list goes on, and I don’t know about anyone else but my physical state has a large effect on my mood, being sore, or having a headache and so much more should be options to choose as either experiences or emotions, I’m somewhat shocked how that was overlooked. And speaking of experiences, the options you have to choose from are very few... and rarely, once again, do they ever have what I’ve experienced that I feel has had an effect on my mood, sometimes I have a wonderful dream and I’m in a better mood, sometimes it’s a nightmare, sometimes going for a nice walk boosts my mood something indulging in sweets boosts my mood yet, I have no way to keep track. However I love everything about the calendar system of keeping track of your emotions through the 2 weeks. It’s really opened my eyes to everything that I’ve missed that majorly effects my mood so if you’re looking for a simple tracker, and I summary of your results, I would recommend :)
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  • Not for me Nov 12, 2019

    By BeeTerese
    I see it’s working for others and that’s great! I found that the questions were repetitive. I’d like to see some more advanced AI here where the app remembers what things you struggle with and what you don’t. Kind of reminds me of going to the dr office and they always make me fill out the depression and asthma screening sheet even though I’ve been diagnosed with clinical depression for over ten years and asthma for over seven. The questions are very vague in my opinion and not necessarily related to my illness. For example, “Do you find it hard to make decisions lately?” Well yes, I’ve always been indecisive person. So constantly being asked this is just a bit annoying. It’s a little less personal than I’d like it to be I suppose. The list of emotions to chose from when charting your mood are not nearly as many as I’d like to see. Hate to compare another app here but Sanvello does a great job of this. Depression isn’t just sadness, it can be anger, apathy, boredom, loneliness, etc. I do, however like the literature and guides in the discover tab. Very helpful when you don’t know exactly what you’re feeling and for trying different methods to alleviate the bouts of depression and anxiety attacks.
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