CBT Thought Diary

CBT Thought Diary

By Inquiry Health LLC

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2015-07-08
  • Current Version: 4.3.10
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 33.08 MB
  • Developer: Inquiry Health LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Score: 4.82948
4.82948
From 692 Ratings

Description

"This app is the single greatest tool to help me collect and work though my negative thoughts on a day to day basis." "If you are struggling with invasive thoughts, anxiety, depression, etc. you need this app!! I feel better after every entry." "Amazing, the only thing that's worked for me!! Such a help to challenge my negative thoughts. I'm feeling 100x better. Give it a go :)" "This application is vital for my day to day mental health. It's easier to use than a paper journal and gets to the heart of my usual mental struggles. It's definitely helped me to be more content with my life." * THE BEST JOURNAL APP TO IMPROVE YOUR MOOD * CBT Thought Diary is a journal with a purpose: it uses effective tools from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Positive Psychology to help improve your mood. Think of this app as a space to reflect on your thoughts, both positive and negative. Record your mood, reflect on your emotions, practice gratitude, and analyze your thoughts with proven & effective techniques. Thought Diary will help you evaluate, understand, and change your thoughts and feelings. By using this application, you can work to identify your emotions, analyze how and why you're feeling this way, challenge those negative beliefs, change your thinking patterns for future situations, and remember positive experiences. You can use this app as a mood journal, a thought record journal, and a gratitude journal all in one! --- Pro Mode Information: All core features of this app are completely free to use. Pro Mode is an optional subscription that offers more Insights, Customized Emotions, Extra Notifications, Export, Data Sync, Passcode Protection, and Night Mode features. Pro Mode is offered in two auto-renewing subscription options: $9.99 per month or $29.99 per year. Pricing may vary depending on the country. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. 24 hours before the end of the monthly subscription period, the renewal fee will be automatically charged and the subscription renewed unless auto-renew is turned off beforehand. Subscriptions may be managed and auto-renewal may be turned off in the Account Settings after purchase. --- Terms of Use: https://cbtthoughtdiary.com/termsofservice Privacy Policy: https://cbtthoughtdiary.com/privacypolicy

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Reviews

  • Great for reflection during troubling times

    5
    By John Smith 1978
    Has helped me with all that’s going on in 2020.
  • Crashes

    1
    By Nic W
    Asks you how you’re doing, and then immediately crashes when you open.
  • Very helpful in a crisis

    5
    By wahistorian
    I’ve used Thought Diary for about ten days, to help me through a period of high stress. I am finding it so helpful in articulating some overly emotional thinking and guiding me to challenge it. I have even gone back and read past entries to learn from the cycle of my thought. I appreciate Thought Diary’s prompts to come at my day from different angles, which are then compiled into discrete diary entries. A useful way to learn about myself and calm my thoughts.
  • Disappointed

    2
    By dlsapointed
    I used this app in the past. I recently reinstalled it and found to my disappointment many of the features I found useful are now locked behind a subscription wall (password protection, emotion customization, and other customization features). This app is no longer useful to me. I understand paying for specialized analysis tools and features, but not allowing customizations or password protection of highly personal thoughts, is a sign of greed, and not a desire to provide a tool to help those that need it. The app is nice, But pencil and paper work just as good.
  • Highly disappointing.

    4
    By &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&
    This is not much better than a piece of paper that asks how you’re feeling, what’s going on and what you’re grateful for. Why would that require a subscription? It advertises itself to help you find cognitive distortions. But it does not do that.
  • Very helpful

    5
    By RadioHands
    I like this app. I recommend accompanying this with CBT or the book “Feeling Good” by David Burns. They have added more information to help fill out the thought diary which it helpful.
  • So far so good!

    4
    By sal2ahj0y
    I really enjoy this app. I love that it makes me more conscious of my thought patterns. You can tell it’s been really well thought out. The only suggestion I have would be to include a calendar view of the diary so you can see your moods laid out in the context of a calendar. (It’s easier to see patterns in this format as opposed to a list. I used to use Daylio exclusively, but still use it just for the calendar view.)
  • A Great Tool; Complete Mobile Journal

    5
    By EZ 4 Families
    I found Thought Diary through the recommendation of a crisis support counselor. We had just discussed CBT and they pointed to the app as a possible tool for learning more and for practice. I love it. It's a simple as choosing a smiley appropriate to your mood or as deep as identifying and challenging distorted thinking. It's simple to export your notes if you keep a separate digital journal. The reminders on the app are great, they even work with Apple Watch. I love the cross-platform functionality. Great job here. I like this app a lot.
  • Really helpful!!

    5
    By zzaapppp
    I’ve done CBT before and have found it the most effective treatment for my mental health. Having it as an app has helped me do a little everyday. I’ve been recommending it to everyone cause it’s so good and think everyone could benefit from using it!!
  • Great App!

    5
    By HayGray1015
    I love this app. I journal my gratitude list daily and check my thoughts when needed. I love that it’s all in one place and keeps record of everything.

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