MyPsyDiary has been created by Dr. Amanda Commons Treloar, PhD, MAPS.
Amanda is an Australian clinical psychologist that has worked extensively with a variety of mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder, borderline personality disorder, bipolar affective disorder, and psychosis. She has worked in psychiatry, community health, and currently in private practice. She is passionate about assisting people in monitoring and managing their own mental health.
Your valuable feedback relating to MyPsyDiary is welcomed.
The MyPsyDiary application does invite the user to communicate their feedback about the application a fortnight after initial download or update, which then enables the user's device and therefore their email address to communicate these thoughts. The user is in no way obligated to provide such feedback and may decline the request to provide feedback to the developer. If feedback is received, it will help inform future updates about the MyPsyDiary application. It provides the user the opportunity to communicate any ideas or updates to the developer (via the user's replied email address). If feedback is provided, the email address of the user will not be distributed to any third party or other user of the application at any time now or in the future. The user may then be able to receive generic email notifications about use or update of MyPsyDiary via email newsletter.
As a caution, for moderate to severe mental health conditions, the MyPsyDiary application does not replace psychological treatemtn but rather supplement this. It is considered best practice to use this application under the guidance or support of a qualified mental health professional. The MyPsyDiary application is able to be used as a supportive monitoring tool for other psychologists in their therapeutic work.