Ratings and Reviews
This is a perfect supplement to therapy. It’s helped me slow down, examine my thoughts and reframe them. It’s like when you complain to a friend and they try to reason with you in an attempt to make you feel better and now you have this new perspective to think about. With Quirk you’re able to easily record the interaction and you’re forced to come up with a new perspective all on your own.
I like that this app is simple. Like other “CBT” apps, this app seems to be based on Albert Ellis’ REBT. However, it is missing a couple steps of REBT. For one, under Automatic Thought, it asks, “what is going on?” These are two different questions/steps in REBT. The last two queries—Challenge and Alternative Thought—are essentially the same step; i.e. “Disputation”. REBT asks the following questions; “what is going on” (Activating event), then “automatic thoughts” (Beliefs) then what you are “feeling” (Consequences), then “cognitive distortions” and “disputation” (Disputation), then “new feelings” (Effects). These are the ABCDE steps of Albert Ellis’ REBT or CBT.
mobile mental therapy? Yes please!
We can spend our time, you know, shooting irate pigeons at building materials, or we can use our technology to rebuild our minds and straighten out bad thinking.
Do the latter and do it with this app. I can’t wait till everyone discovers Quirk, this excellent app that helps you maintain your therapy gains on the bus, in the grocery line, or on the toilet (you know it’s true).
Lean in with Quirk.
- Evan Conrad
- 44.1 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- © Evan Conrad 2019
- In-App Purchases
- Quirk Monthly Subscription $5.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.