WellTrack Boost 12+
Interactive Self-Help Therapy
- Offers In-App Purchases
WellTrack Boost's self-guided, clinically-supported CBT based tools help users assess, understand, and work on their behavioural health and wellness on their own devices and schedules.
WellTrack Boost can help you get better and maintain your mental health through video self-help courses on different mental health topics, Mood Checks, Zen Room, therapeutic tools, local resources and assessment.
WellTrack Boost is a free download however its features are only available to users through a subscribing organization such as their university, county or state mental health organization, or employer.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Read more about our terms and conditions here - https://app.welltrack-boost.com/terms-and-conditions
Adjustment to the bottom menu to include both resources and the home button.
Ratings and Reviews
Good, Can Be Much Better
I have used this app for one week, and although there are not many issues, there are two significant issues. The first is the opening survey, in which the user is asked to identify their gender. The first three options show “man,” “woman,” and “transgender.” Transgender is absolutely not a separate gender from cisgender.
The second issue is the interface during mood-checks. I use an iPad 7th Gen, not the newest but definitely not outdated. The mood check is done in a floating window, and I can’t see the full window at any point. Swiping to center the smiley results in scrolling to the following page in the check.
Criticisms aside, this app provides some good resources and is very well catered to the UIUC student body and faculty. Will continue using and hope to see improvements made.
Love it but needs some work
I’ve been using this app for the past year or so to track mood checks and meditate. The meditations have gotten a lot better over time and there are many more options that actually help rather than the stuff you’d pay for online.
However recently I tried out the Thoughts Diary, which is a program to get you looking into ur thoughts more. The issue is have w this diary is that it assumes your thoughts are bad or negative to your growth! Sometimes I want to log a thought that is productive and helpful but I can’t do that because the only word options to analyze the feeling named are negative. More options would be very useful in the future.
Decent app, small functionality issue
I’ve had a the app for a few days, mostly doing moodchecks so far. I don’t know how helpful or effective the app is in addressing anxiety or depression, but once again, I haven’t explored enough app features to say. One feature I do really like is the planning activities tab, which gives initiative to plan and do something stimulating. I like that the app is connected to the school and provides relevant links to school hotlines and resources when needed.
A minor functionality issue: Some buttons are located on the top of the screen. On the iPhone X, these buttons are interrupted by the time and battery display on each side of the phone’s “notch”, making buttons here inaccessible. Please provide an update for this, thank you!
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- 102.9 MB
- Health & Fitness
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 13.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
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- In-App Purchases
- Monthly $9.99
- Yearly $100.99