Generalised anxiety course
If you think of yourself as a "chronic worrier", you may be experiencing generalised anxiety. This is the most common form of anxiety, where you worry about a variety of issues, rather than anything specific. You may find your levels of worry are getting in the way of relationships, work, daily life or leisure.
In this course, you'll learn skills using Online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), to reduce your worry, anxiety, and physical symptoms. This will help you find a more positive path forward in both the short and long term.Start course now
What will I learn?
- Story 1
- Introduction to generalised anxiety
- Story 2
- Managing thoughts
- Story 3
- Challenging beliefs about worry
- Story 4
- Learn to face your fears
- Story 5
- Challenging beliefs
- Story 6
- Preventing relapse
How effective is it?
Most people benefit from each lesson completed and show greater improvement when they complete the entire course.
Randomised controlled trials and effectiveness studies prove that the tool really works.
of people who benefited substantially
of people report they were no longer troubled by anxiety after completing the course
Step by step
- 1Take a quiz
- Take a short quiz to understand how you're feeling and if you would benefit from a course.
- 2Illustrated stories
- Follow our characters as they gain some CBT skills and learn to look after their mental health.
- Lessons and activities you can download to practise the skills learnt in each story.
- 4Tools & Tips
- Additional activities and information you can download and complete between lessons.
What type of support will I receive?
The amount of support you receive will depend on how you choose to do this course. If the healthcare professional you are working with prescribes it for you, they will receive updates on your wellbeing and progress so they can support you.
If you choose the self-care method, you won't get support from your health professional. The self-care method is designed to enhance motivation and self-reliance. Provided you complete all six parts of the course, your results from the self-care method will be as good as with supervision.