Remotely monitor the mental health of your patients before, during and after IAPT. Make better informed clinical decisions, improve outcomes, save time and cost on data entry.
1. Offer your patients My Possible Self through GP referral or self-referral.
2. Referred patients will receive regular emails and/or SMS messages requesting responses to customisable outcome measures such as PHQ-9 and/or GAD-7.
3. Their responses update existing NHS systems such as SystmOne or Emis Web automatically saving you time and staff cost on data entry.
4. Use the data to make better informed clinical decisions to improve patient outcomes.
We’ve partnered with our sister company inhealthcare, the UK’s leading digital health and remote patient monitoring tool.
Our partnership allows NHS professionals to remotely monitor patients with self-reporting measures such as PHQ-9 and GAD-7 so they can better triage patients with common mild-to-moderate mental health symptoms.
My Possible Self, the mental health app, contains clinically proven content to reduce stress, anxiety and low mood. Patients can:
Patients can select from 10 learning modules including Managing Fear and Anxiety, Managing Stress and Overload and Building Happiness and Wellbeing.
They will learn to identify the signs and symptoms to look out for and develop new ways to deal with thoughts, feelings and behaviours that can cause problems.
Patients can track how they feel every day with our mood tracking and insights tool. They can highlight activities, places and people that influence their mood, so they can focus on the things that make them feel great and do less of the things that don’t.
We are a family business founded in 2009 by Joanne Wilkinson as a not-for-profit counselling service based in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. My Possible Self, the mental health app, launched in late 2017 as an evolution of that original local business with 38,000 downloads and 4,000 monthly active users to date.
We continue to be a small family business with 20 staff based in Harrogate. If you’re passing by, drop in for a chat and a cup of Yorkshire tea. Our size means that we are agile and responsive to the needs of patients and clinicians alike.
We exist to empower everyone with the tools and techniques they need to better manage the day to day stresses of normal life, to form and maintain healthy relationships and deal with positive and negative emotions.
The app is designed to support adults with common mental health problems including people living with stress, anxiety and low mood. We would not suggest the app is used for more severe mental health problems and advise that anyone experiencing more severe mental health problems seeks immediate medical help.
Personal identifiable information can only be accessed through existing GP systems and not by My Possible Self or Inhealthcare.
My Possible Self also completed a comprehensive Digital Assessment Questionnaire in order to be listed as one of six mental health apps on the NHS Apps Library.
We’ve seamlessly connected the experience so your patients can access My Possible Self features on their smartphone app or through the website.
An estimated 90 per cent of the UK population owns a smartphone giving you an opportunity to collect patient data to provide better, more informed triage, treatment and patient outcomes.
Available on Android, iOS or through the website. However patients want to use My Possible Self – we’ve got them covered.
The app is currently free for anyone to download and sign-up. The daily Mood Tracker and Insights Tool and the Building Happiness & Wellbeing learning module are both free to use forever. All other features are accessible for a monthly subscription.
NHS and businesses can secure discounts depending on the quantity of users you wish to commit to and the timeframe of those subscriptions. The GP system integration is built into our costs.