MoodPrism is an app for users to track their moods and learn more about themselves. It provides intuitive, interactive, colourful feedback based on daily mood reports. The app also provides users with mental health links and resources tailored to their mood profile. The user will receive feedback on their mood each day, and the more they use the app, the more detailed this information will become – with flourishing scores after 1 week’s use, and depression/anxiety scores after 2 weeks of use.
Who is MoodPrism for?
MoodPrism is for all ages, but with a focus on late adolescence and early adulthood. MoodPrism is also for use in schools and organisations.
Is there a cost to use MoodPrism?
No, the app is free to download.
How to access MoodPrism’s services
MoodPrism Research and Evaluation
Surveys for data collection and outcome research are built into MoodPrism. Users complete a range of mental health and well-being surveys at the start of use and 30 days after. Doctoral papers investigating this data are planned for publication later in 2016.
A randomised controlled trial is planned for MoodPrism in August 2016. MoodPrism will be compared against two other mental health apps and a waitlist control condition on the measures listed above. This is planned for publication in early 2017.