Depression Wellness Analyzer


Have you started depression treatment but need to track your progress?


Are you a family caregiver looking to help a loved one measure their daily wellness?


Are you looking to track you or a loved one's symptoms based on your definition of wellness?

The Depression Wellness Analyzer helps people with depression and their families actively monitor the person’s depression treatment to get well faster. It is a computer-based tool that you can access from anywhere. (For Bipolar Disorder monitoring tools, see below)

Depression Wellness Analyzer

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“The best thing is the graph that shows patterns in my mood.”

– Lori, MA

“It got me to really stop and think about what is going on when I am and am not well, and how to tell when things start going wrong, and to talk to my family about that, so that I can ask for help before things get bad.”

– Cynthia, GA

“It forces you to examine in depth how you are feeling & behaving so that you can see the connection or disparity between the two. It enables you to examine whether you’re in a depressive episode or had a bad day (situational).”

– Adrienne, MA

Bipolar Disorder Mood Tracking

Because the Depression Wellness Analyzer has not been evaluated for use with bipolar disorder, we suggest that you use one of the iPhone or Android apps that has been developed for mood tracking. Families for Depression Awareness has not evaluated and does not recommend any of the particular apps identified below. Also, these apps are not a substitute for regular mental health care. (Recommending source in parentheses; sources below.)

  •      DBSA Wellness Tracker (Healthline)
  •      DBT Diary Cards and Skills Coach (Healthline, PsychCentral)
  •      eMoods (Healthline)
  •      Emotion Sense (Tech Cocktail, Time)
  •      Expereal (Tech Cocktail)
  •      Happily (AppAppeal)
  •      Happiness (Tech Cocktail)
  •      iMind & Mood (Healthline)
  •      iMoodJournal (Healthline)
  •      Mood247 (Time)
  •      MoodJam (AppAppeal)
  •      MoodPanda (AppAppeal)
  •      Moodscope (Time)
  •      MoodTrack (Healthline, AppAppeal)
  •      Moody Me (Healthline)
  •      My Mood Tracker (Tech Cocktail)
  •      Optimism (Healthline, PsychCentral)
  •      T2 Mood Tracker (Healthline, Tech Cocktail)

Sources: Healthline, PsychCentral, Tech Cocktail, Time, and AppAppeal; more information and reviews at