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About this app

Catch It is a joint project between the Universities of Liverpool and Manchester, to help users better understand their moods through use of an ongoing diary.

The app was designed to illustrate some of the key principles of psychological approaches to mental health and well-being, and specifically Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

It is not intended to be a substitute for professional mental health care, therapy or advice. If you are worried about any aspects of your mental health, you should approach a professional.
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13 Jan 2020

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159 reviews
12 June 2020
I like that you could add a PIN to make sure only you can see it. It's quite a simple app, but I don't really like how the diary system works. I feel like just having "Happiness, Depression, Anger, Anxiety" are quite vague. Maybe the app would be better if you could add your own custom emotion? That'd be much better than just "other". I don't like the way selecting the date and time that emotion happened works. It could be a little simpler. Like selecting Morning, Night, Evening, etc.
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Simon Holt
8 January 2022
Love that you can enter your own emotion descriptions. This is a brilliant way to implement CBT in an app form. I wish you can: (1) delete entries (I entered something incorrectly and can't remove/edit it now) and (2) completely exit when you "log out" of the app (currently you can use "back" to go through previously viewed pages, even though you're logged out)
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Colleen Lynch
2 March 2022
Nice simple little tool. Needs a few tweeks. The happiness option is treated like the negative feelings. It asks you to look at a better way of approaching the situation and then to re-rate your happiness score. When it hasn't changed it tells you 'that's a shame'. Apart from that I am enjoying the encouragement to look at my negative feelings in another way.
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