Top resources for tracking your mood over time

A collection of resources that track your thoughts and emotions so that you can start to notice trends or triggers

#1

Moodscope

Moodscope

A website where you can measure, track and share your mood with a network of empathetic users.

Benefits:

  • Free
  • You can join a network of empathetic people 
  • Gain an increased awareness of your mood
  • Daily email reminders keep you on track
  • The optional buddy scheme can let others know how you are doing each day

#2

SAM

SAM

An app designed to help you understand what causes your anxiety and to help you find resources and exercises to build your own anxiety management toolkit.

Benefits:

  • Free
  • Anxiety tracker (monitoring 4 areas of anxiety)
  • Identify situations that cause anxiety
  • Clear design and easy to navigate
  • Exchange tips or worries in the social cloud

#3

Thought Diary Pro

Thought Diary Pro

A thought-tracking app based on the principles of CBT, designed to help you change the way you think about difficult everyday situations. 

Benefits:

  • Evidence-based
  • Reports can be emailed to your therapist
  • The app has a simple layout and is easy to navigate
  • Password protected

#4

MoodKit

MoodKit

A mood improvement app designed to help you practice mood-enhancing activities, identify and change unhealthy thinking, and track your mood over time. 

Benefits:

  • Evidence-based
  • Built-in reminders keep you on track
  • Content is clearly categorised and easy to navigate 

#5

Stress & Anxiety Companion

Stress & Anxiety Companion

A CBT-based app that helps to manage stress and anxiety by giving you tools to tackle anxious feelings and identify their triggers.

Benefits:

  • £2.99
  • Evidence-based
  • NHS recommended
  • Monitor and notice trends in your negative-thinking 
  • Guided explanations on each page
  • Create inspirational content