Wendy8197's Review of Icouch CbtReviewed on 9/22/19 2:00 PM
No features no info total scam.
Kcopanic's Review of Icouch CbtReviewed on 9/22/19 2:00 PM
It has crashed on me two out of two times I've tried to use it. No more.
superacidjax's Review of Icouch CbtReviewed on 9/22/19 2:00 PM
Finally updated! Glad to see it because this app has been my daily friend for the past several years. Works awesome on my iPhone 6 and iPad.
Was my vision clouded's Review of Icouch CbtReviewed on 9/22/19 2:00 PM
In all my years of owning a Mac, an iPhone, and an iPad, I have never once written a negative review of an app for the app store—but I really thought this app—and its customer service, which was the secondary heart of the problem—was bad enough that people had the right to know. When the app upgraded, the erased ALL my examples in my Log. Anyone who practices CBT or has utilized the app—which is, in fact, quite well laid-out and a good CVT app—knows that this represents hours of work, and is practically irreplaceable. It is particularly bad news in a mental heal app. I was shocked—and wrote to the app developers (a very tricky thing; they—tellingly—have no way of reaching them, no ‘contact,’ no ‘help,’ no ‘support’) IN the app itself; I had to do some serious digging—that I was beside myself. The next day I received a 1-line response that they were looking into it. I wrote two days later that I had a therapy session upcoming, and needed my data. No response. I wrote two days AFTER that to say I had my CBT session upcoming and REALLY REALLY needed my data. Nothing. I still did not plan to write a negative review, but did write yesterday that I was: 1) devastated about losing my data; 2) profoundly disappointed in their customer service that couldn’t even bother to respond to my repeated requests for help, or to update me on the situation; and, 3) (the final straw)—At least, given what a mess they had created for me, an APOLOGY would have been most expected—and really have gone far. So, in sum, this is a good app as long as they don’t decide to upgrade ever—if so, plan on starting new—as long as you need no support or help, and as long as you expect nothing at all in terms of help, assistance, or even an apology when something goes dreadfully wrong.
Denfert_Rochereau's Review of Icouch CbtReviewed on 9/22/19 2:00 PM
Very easy. Nicely made. I've never visited a therapist before, so the only thing I know about CBT I've read, but even without first hand experience with CBT, I feel like this app is exceptionally useful. The help pretty much guides you through the whole thing.
BatBaby42's Review of Icouch CbtReviewed on 9/22/19 2:00 PM
I only give 4 stars because I think the in app purchase is unnecessary and generally a crappy money grab. I have not used it and can't speak to whether it is still supported. Otherwise this app is a great way to help guide your own thinking and implement cbt. It's password protected as it should be and offers a good journaling model.
Patrick D Fowler's Review of Icouch CbtReviewed on 9/22/19 2:00 PM
This is the ideal category for an app that should be extremely simple to use. However, this app manages to be basic to the point of becoming hard to use. Navigating from screen to screen requires tapping the screen to gain access to the footer bar, there's no prompt to save changes if you can't find the save button after the "next" arrow randomly disappears, and you can't add extra emotions after am selecting once. There's a lot more right than there is wrong with this app - but for $3 I expect a whole lot more
WhoKnows???DoYou???'s Review of Icouch CbtReviewed on 9/22/19 2:00 PM
I have been dealing with anxiety and depression since my teens...also became agoraphobic at one point! Iv'e learned that CBT is the best thing ever and keeping jesus in my life too! This app hits the spot because i use to feel weird carrying a note pad and pen to track everything that pops up. Great privacy lock and you got yourself a lil log to refer back to. Also you can make up your own emotions and store them. 1 Very important warning!!!! Do not let this app become a safety crutch or the actual cell phone you use!!! You dont wanna reach into your pocket when you encountered a sticky situation to journal and then PANIC cause you left your phone at home...make sure you use your actual thinking and not the phone! Its you that conquers and not the app on your cell. ENJOY!!!!
Bklynmediagal's Review of Icouch CbtReviewed on 9/22/19 2:00 PM
I have been using this tool for 1-2 years and have found it very helpful... before I upgraded. I would have given it 4 stars, but when I upgraded it IT LOST ALL OF MY LOGS, since the beginning. This is extremely alarming - many pieces of my personal history have just vanished, because I entrusted this app instead of a diary. I am beyond disappointed.
themigs's Review of Icouch CbtReviewed on 9/22/19 2:00 PM
This app is pretty cool. I've used the old fashioned notebook method of keeping track of situations for years, but this app made it pretty easy for a guy like me to toss my notebook I used to carry everywhere and start using my phone. I originally downloaded this app because I liked the design. Compared to some of the other CBT apps on the store, this one looks pretty awesome. I think more important than design though is the content itself. I've been doing my own version of CBT with my notebook, but I never really did it in any methodical way. The "?" option on each screen gave surprisingly helpful information for each part of the process. The help screens themselves are worth the low price of this app -- they were like a mini-book on CBT, but rather than theory, they actually explained how to do each step in context. The little examples in the help screens were a nice touch. I like the lighthearted, encouraging feel of the help screens and that mid-century retro feel of the app. The whole app design reminds me of some of the old Saul Bass design work, especially the title sequence from movie The Man with the Golden Arm. On a whim, I also tried doing the in-app evaluation option. I submitted my situation in the app to iCouch and they sent me a reply by the end of the day. I was expecting some kind of automated, robot response, but it actually was personalized. For example, I mentioned a situation with my business and they responded with a great answer that was specific to what happened to me. It was a pretty long response too. More than I expected for the price. Pretty cool stuff -- like a near-instant psychologist without all of appointments and waiting time. It's not going to be a substitute for a "real" psychology session, but it's certainly useful as a tool to get feedback on specific things. In all, definitely a five star app. Far more than I expected and definitely better looking than some of the other ones I looked at on the App Store.