T2 Mood Tracker

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The recent update to iOS 8.3 for the Apple operating system has disabled some of the features of mobile apps from the National Center for Telehealth and Technology (T2). We are aware of the problem and working to restore these features as quickly as possible. We apologize to our users for any inconvenience. If you are in distress and need immediate attention, please call 911 or the DCoE Outreach Center at (866) 966-1020. If you have questions or comments please email us at mrmc.dcoe.t2-contactus@mail.mil.

T2 Mood Tracker is a mobile application that allows users to monitor and track emotional health. Originally developed as a tool for service members to easily record and review their behavior changes, particularly after combat deployments, it has now become very popular with many civilian users around the world.


The app records a range of emotions for anxiety, depression, head injury, stress, posttraumatic stress and a user’s general well-being. Users can also create items to track their progress in unique areas. The saved results are displayed in an easy-understand graph. The data is saved in a graphical or spreadsheet file which can be transferred by e-mail or other wireless connection.

T2 Mood Tracker received first place in the "General Wellness" category during the Apps4Army (A4A) competition.





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How did you come up with the ten feeling anchors for each of the six rating categories?

The anchors were developed by reviewing the kinds of emotional experiences commonly reported by people with these issues.