HealthyPlace Mediminder and Mood Journal Tools Mediminder (Mental Health Medication Reminder) Tool

The Mediminder is a medication reminder tool for people with mental health concerns that's simple to implement and easy to use. And it's free. If you haven't already, all you need to do is register on our site, complete a short form and you're done. Depending on your personal settings, you can receive alerts via email or text message reminding you it's time to take your antidepressant, antipsychotic, antianxiety, ADHD or other psychiatric medication.   There's also an alert to remind you to refill your mental health medication. Mood Journal

The HealthyPlace Mood Journal is a unique, easy to use, daily tracking system that enables you to keep track of your moods and the feelings and actions behind them. In addition, the Mood Journal, using a scientifically validated algorithm, measures when your mood is dangerously depressed or elevated (manic) and will send an alert to your doctor or therapist via email or fax and include a copy of your recent mood journal entries (with your authorization, of course). Our journal system can also send a text message alert to a family member or caregiver's cellphone advising them to look in on you. Many mental health professionals urge their bipolar disorder and depression patients to use a mood journal as part of their treatment plan. You must be a registered user to take advantage of the Mood Journal.

(NOTE: After you register and log in, you can access your Mediminder and Mood Journal through links on the left side of your profile page.)

APA Reference
Gluck, S. (2009, January 19). HealthyPlace Mediminder and Mood Journal Tools, HealthyPlace. Retrieved on 2023, July 23 from

Last Updated: January 14, 2014

Medically reviewed by Harry Croft, MD

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