Mental Health Tracker

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👥 Status: Recruiting
⏰ Time Commitment: 25 minutes per month
📋 Study Type: Observational
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We all have some days that are better than others. 

Maybe it really just is the weather, or maybe it’s the new practice you’ve recently started or are about to start (nice work). By quantifying and tracking your mood in the same consistent way, you will have data points that could elucidate whether or not a new routine or treatment is having the desired effect on your affect. 

Powered by the Quantified Citizen mobile health research app, our Mental Health Tracker is an on-going study to help you follow shifts in your mood over time, and record changes. It uses a combination of quantitative and qualitative objective methods measured with the QC mobile app to explore alterations to mental health over a period of your life.

Participants will complete some of the world’s most validated assessments of mood and well-being every month. By answering surveys about depression, anxiety, stress, well-being, affect, satisfaction with life, mindfulness, and impactful life events, you will be able to see for yourself, in a quantifiable way, how your mental health fluxuates.

 

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Inclusion criteria

  • the age of 18 or older
  • participants with full legal and mental capacity
  • access to a smartphone with internet (iOS or Android)

Exclusion criteria

  • lack of fluency in English
  • illiteracy

We are committed to data privacy, including encryption, anonymity and transparent policies. Your personal information stays on your device. No sign up, no email, no Facebook connection required.

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Mental Health & Substance Use

✅ Wellness Together Canada: Call 1-866-585-0445

This is a free, confidential, 24/7 hotline providing free mental health and substance use support. Their platform offers various services ranging from basic wellness information, to one-on-one sessions with a counselor, to participating in a community of support. Whatever it is you’re looking for, visit https://wellnesstogether.ca

Crisis Text Line Canada: Text “HOME” to 686868 or visit https://crisistextline.ca
Crisis Text Line USA: Text “HOME” to 741741 or visit https://crisistextline.org

These are 24-hour, free, support lines (via text medium) for people experiencing all kinds of crises, including suicidal thoughts. 

✅ National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (USA): Call 800-273-TALK (8255)

This is a 24-hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. For Spanish (Español), dial 1-888-628-9454.  You can also use the Lifeline Chat on the web https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat

✅ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration National Helpline (USA): Call 800-662-HELP (4357)

This is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental health and/or substance use challenges.

✅ Fireside Project (USA): Call or text (3pm to 3am PST) 62-FIRESIDE > 623-473-7433

This is a peer support for those in the midst of psychedelic experiences, those sitting for others, and those integrating past psychedelic experiences. You can also access support via an app: https://firesideproject.org/app

✅ Psychedelic Support Therapy

This an online directory of experienced providers, information about integration groups/circles, and online education in the psychedelic space, for more information, visit https://psychedelic.support

✅ Organization of Psychedelic and Entheogenic Nurses

This organization represents nurses, at all levels of training, who work with patients utilizing therapeutic psychedelic medicines. They offer a list of clinical resources for those seeking integration and harm reduction, as well as psychedelic societies/communities, and professional organizations. If you want to learn more, visit https://openurses.org/clinical-resources.

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