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Beating the blues is a course of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) delivered via a computer; this is also known as computer-based CBT or CCBT. The programme is primarily aimed at helping people with depression and anxiety.


How this online service can help you

Beating the blues can help you if you suffer from anxiety or depression.  It is a computer-based cognitive behavioural therapy (CCBT) programme.  This CCBT programme can train you to identify unhelpful thinking and behaviour patterns which may be contributing to your mental ill health.  Once identified, the course will help you to learn more useful patterns of thinking and behaviour which can help to improve your mental health.

Facilities available

This website offers an online course based on CBT principles.   There are eight multimedia sessions to the course, which each last about 80 minutes. You will need to be referred by a clinician in the NHS to use this service.

How do I access this service?


Where is it?

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Contact the service

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Who is this service for?

This course is for people who would benefit from CBT.  The courses can be bought by individuals or by health practitioners.

Who provides this service?

This service is provided by a business.

Is it free?

Free if you are referred by an NHS health practitioner.  Otherwise the cost is £149.95 for the course.

What others are saying about this service

We will be providing facilities to review these services in due course.

The page was last updated on 18 June 2014 by andrea.bateman.

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