• Techniques to cope with panic disorder
  • 6 parts, self-paced
  • For mobile, tablet or computer
  • Developed by psychologists

This tool is based on cognitive therapy and focuses on the ABC-model in addition to cognitive bias and rumination. The tool also contains helpful tasks and exercises. Physical activity is very important if you are depressed, especially for mild and moderate depression. Various underlying factors can trigger depression, while thoughts and actions that occur in a depressed state can also help maintain it. In this tool, we work hard to break such sustaining factors.

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*USD $39

  • Content:
  • Depression
BUY 3 TOOLS

*USD $69

  • Content:
  • Depression
  • Stress & Burnout
  • Sleep Problems
BUY 8 TOOLS

*USD $99

  • Content:
  • Depression
  • Stress & Burnout
  • Sleep Problems
  • Social Anxiety
  • Worries & GAD
  • Panic attacks
  • Anxiety Intro
  • Phobia
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  • Who is this tool for?

    One in four experience depression during their lifetime. This coping tool contains exercises, tasks and information based on cognitive therapy that can help you break the depressive pattern.

  • Content of this tool
    • 1.1 What is Depression?
    • 1.2 The Black Dog
    • 1.3 What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?
    • 1.4 Physical Activity
    • 1.5 Quiz - Part 1
    • 2.1 Basic Cognitive Techniques
    • 2.2 Depressive Thinking
    • 2.3 ABCD-Worksheet
    • 2.4 Sort Your Thoughts
    • 2.5 Quiz - Part 2
    • 3.1 Thinking Traps
    • 3.2 How to Challenge Thinking Traps
    • 3.3 Vicious Cycles
    • 3.4 Quiz - Part 3
    • 4.1 Overthinking and Worry
    • 4.2 Office Time Technique
    • 4.3 Challenge Worries
    • 4.4 Quiz - Part 4
    • 5.1 Basic Steps
    • 5.2 Positive Activities
    • 5.3 Nutrition
    • 5.4 Sleep
    • 5.5 Quiz - Part 5
    • 6.1 Relapse or One Step Backwards?
    • 6.2 Your Contingency Plan
    • 6.3 How to Prevent Relapse
    • 6.4 Are You in a Vulnerable Place?
      • «It was very clear and easy to understand. Nice variation between reading, seeing / hearing and doing.»

      • «It felt so GOOD to read! I did not feel so weird anymore, the online course normalized my problems.»

      • «I liked that it is instructive, in a way so that the basic knowledge is easy to understand. Also like the warm words along the way well.»

      • «I liked that it was easily explained. Enjoyed watching the videos.»