Would you like to strengthen your mental health or deal with existing mental illnesses flexibly and anonymously from home? We are offering psychological online training sessions in conjunction with our partner HelloBetter.
Depression, chronic pain, insomnia, panic attacks, addiction, vaginismus - mental problems are diverse and very widespread. The good news is that there are various ways to prevent and treat mental illness, such as online training sessions that you can access from home whenever you like.
The training sessions are based on proven strategies of cognitive behavioral therapy. This means that methods are used to identify problems so that you can bring them under control yourself. A complete training course comprises six to eight modules of around one hour each. You decide when you complete the modules, meaning that the course can be flexibly integrated into your daily routine. We recommend completing one module per week. You work through the modules independently.
The online courses not only offer optimum treatment, but they are also designed to be varied: you are given information in the form of videos, texts, audios, including progress reports from others who have been affected, as well as effective exercises. The aim is get to know yourself, recognize problems, identify strategies you can implement, and integrate new and healthy habits into your daily routine.
Although the courses take place online, you’re not alone: at the end of every module, your HelloBetter personal psychologist gives you written advice and feedback. You can read and reflect on these at your leisure. If you have any questions, you can send these to your psychologist at any time via the message function. This means that you decide whether or not you make contact with HelloBetter.
Note: The effectiveness of HelloBetter’s psychological online training sessions has been proved in many scientific studies and is consistent with the effectiveness of conventional therapies.
If you’re experiencing a mental health emergency, consult a doctor immediately, or contact the "Die Dargebotene Hand/La Main Tendue" organization on telephone number 143.