Join the ECoWeB study!
Use the free MyMoodCoach app to learn about your emotions.
Build YOUR emotional well-being, help others and support important science!
Click here to find out about the app.
Watch our videos below to find out about the study!
IMPORTANT NOTE! RECRUITMENT HAS NOT YET STARTED TO THE ECoWeB TRIAL. THIS SITE IS UNDER DEVELOPMENT AND FOR TESTING ONLY. WE HOPE TO START RECRUITING IN JUNE 2020. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN TAKING PART IN THE TRIAL THEN PLEASE BOOK MARK THIS PAGE AND COME BACK TO US THEN.
When you click SIGN UP, you go to our assessment website. To join the study everyone has to complete our online assessment which takes 30-40 minutes. This is a series of questionnaires and exercises to find out about your current well-being, emotional skills and experiences. Once completed, if the study is right for you, you can then choose to join the study. At this point we will send a link to your email so you can access the MyMoodCoach App.
The assessment checks if the trial is right for you and allows us to track how you are doing through the study to see how helpful the App is. You will need to use a CHROME, FIREFOX, SAFARI or INTERNET EXPLORER browser for the assessment website to work.
Please note that the MyMoodCoach is an app built for this research study by academics on a relatively small budget compared to commercial apps. It is designed to find out about emotions and provide scientifically-based help. The app is still being developed – during the study, we will ask for your feedback so it can improved in the future. You will need to be connected to the internet for the App to work.
Only those aged 16-22 from the UK, Germany, Belgium and Spain can take part. The study is for those who have never had clinical depression, mania or psychosis. You can find out more about these disorders here. This is because the trial aims to promote well-being and prevent future mental ill health rather than treat current illness. Find out more about the study details and who can take part in our information sheet here. We have also provided some links to general sources of help for mental health here, and specific help related to COVID-19 and coping with lock down here.