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This is a program built for people suffering from Chronic Pain to help them heal with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy(CBT).
Built with leading experts, our approach is proven and recognised
through decades of clinical and academic research.
Positive psychology is an evidence-based field of psychology that focuses on what factors are necessary for individuals to live meaningfully, happily and with purpose—what shifts someone from merely existing to thriving. This program is designed to give you a crash course in many of the important skills and findings of positive psychology, including:
With targeted lessons, video summaries, and interactive activities, Resilify's Positive Psychology program can be a powerful tool on your journey of healing and growth.
Having panic attacks can be a distressing, scary experience, often causing individuals to avoid day-to-day situations and interactions that may trigger panic at whatever cost. If this sounds like you, this program is here to help.
Resilify’s CBT for Panic Disorder program is designed to provide you the tools and knowledge needed to help get a handle on panic attacks. Through the lens of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)—one of the strongest evidence-based therapies to target panic—you will learn to:
With targeted lessons, video summaries, and interactive activities, Resilify'sCBT for Panic Disorder program can be a powerful tool as you continue your journey of self-improvement.
This program introduces the concept of body dysmorphic disorder with the help of body image. Further, as you move ahead it clearly differentiates between poor body image and BDD as a disorder explaining its key symptoms.
Do you find yourself grappling with feelings of depression, like millions of others across the globe? This program is designed to give you many of the tools you will need to overcome the difficult experience of depression. Based on the principles of one of the most effective, research-supported treatments for depression--Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)--this program will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to:
With targeted lessons, video summaries, and interactive activities, Resilify's CBT for Depression program can be a powerful tool on your journey of healing.
Bipolar disorder comes under the mood disorder spectrum and refers to the experience of abnormal moods or exaggerated mood swings. The characteristic nature of this condition involves experiencing extremely “high” moods or manic episodes where one becomes extremely euphoric or elated and experiencing extremely “low” moods or depressive episodes where one becomes extremely sad and finds it difficult to experience pleasure.
These episodes can range from mild to severe and affect social, occupational and personal functioning. However, it is important to remember that some people may experience different patterns associated with their disorder. For example, some people may experience only one episode of mania but more frequent episodes of depression and other such variations.
Self-harm is a common challenge that many people face. Sometimes, we can experience events, thoughts, and feelings that are so overwhelming we cannot find another method of relief, other than self-harm. In this program, you will learn a variety of strategies based on Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), one of the most effective, research-supported treatments for self-harm. Throughout this program, you will be encouraged to:
With targeted lessons, video summaries, and interactive activities, Resilify’s DBT for Self-Harm program can be beneficial in your journey of recovery.
An eating disorder is a serious mental illness characterized by extreme concerns about weight, shape, eating and/or body image.
People with eating disorders usually experience considerable physical, emotional and personality changes, as well as changes to their work and social lives.
People with OCD, however, can become consumed by worry. These worries are not like those that people would normally expect to have; they are not worries about real-life problems.