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Online access to e-couch and MoodGYM CBT (Therapy)

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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
Elsewhere on this site someone has posted details of offers of reduced price on CBT books to help overcome social anxiety. Not everyone wants to shell out money on books, particularly if they have access to online facilities instead ... so here is a freebie! It won't suit everyone.

An online program which claims "to be effective for preventing and coping with depression, generalised anxiety disorder, and social anxiety disorder

e-couch program includes information, exercises and a workbook to track your progress and record your experiences, and tool kits to help you improve your mood and emotional state, and tackle challenges that you may be facing.
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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
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In response to a posting on here about reduced price of CBT books I thought ... there is at least one freebie alternative (there are probably more).

I'm no great advocate of CBT* (in the wrong hands I believe it can do more harm than good) but if you do decide to go down that route you don't have to shell out loads of lolly on books! Some people find online courses more responsive than static books. For example:

e-couch is an online program which claims "to be effective for preventing and coping with depression, generalised anxiety disorder, and social anxiety disorder (and like MoodGYM it's free!). " MoodGYM has been going for quite a few years to the best of my knowledge.

It claims: "e-couch provides evidence-based information about emotional problems (including depression and anxiety disorders) and teaches strategies that may help you to prevent problems and understand yourself better."

* Ever since NICE approved of CBT a lot of other, often more appropriate (but initially, perhaps more costly) therapies have been denied to patients in need. CBT may be effective for some, but I believe there are too many inexperienced "CBT practitioners" out there who have done a crash course in CBT then go out and treat it like a new religion and a universal panacea!

If you do decide to give it a go, good luck!:thumbsup:
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http://www.livinglifetothefull.com/

is the only other validated course i know of which is free online apart from Mood Gym - never heard of e couch before will have a look thanks!
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Thanks for the info
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sicandar
http://www.livinglifetothefull.com/

is the only other validated course i know of which is free online apart from Mood Gym - never heard of e couch before will have a look thanks!


Many thanks for the link Sicandar. Rep added. :thumbsup: It is good to see that Living Life to the Full makes a great effort to comply with the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0. AA Standard. I'm impressed. I wonder if there is a perceivable Scottish angle to it ? Not that I've yet found that MoodGYM/ecouch have an Ozzie bent.
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Thanks

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