Los Angeles / Orange County Libraries
24May/110

A Service That Lets Patients Track Their Moods

Mood 24/7 is a free service developed by a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins.    It allows patients to more accurately keep track of their moods between sessions when they might otherwise forget.  The service sends a daily text message and asks the patient to rate how they feel on a scale of 1-10.  The service creates a chart which can be accessed by the patient or anyone else to whom they give permission.  Mood 24/7 is available for free to anyone whether they're currently in therapy or not.

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