Online help against stress, anxiety or depression with free self-test
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What does our online self help offer?
- Personalized computer program prepared by doctors.
- Online 24/7, so no appointment required! When it suits you.
- 15 minutes/day for 1 month or several months if desired.
- From the comfort of your own home, without the need to talk about it.
- For you alone or accompanied by a family member or friend of your choice.
- If counseling is desired, we will help your friend or family member how to better understand and support you.
Why should I sign up?
- No need to make an appointment, you can get started right away!
- You don't have to dig up your past again, we work from your present and make your future positive again!
- You continue the program whenever you wish.
- You don't have to come out with it.
- You just share what you want.
How does 15Minutes4Me.com's online counseling work?
- Solution-focused questions that make you think and learn to change your behavior.
- Theory for insight and realization that your problem is solvable.
- Self-control exercises to silence negative thoughts.
- Increased self-confidence to seek solutions on your own.
- Assignments to learn to look at yourself from a distance.
- Video clips with exercises.
- You learn to focus on what works for you and do more of it, and less of what doesn't work for you.
- Solution charts that help you chart your solutions.
- Weekly review of your progress.
- Monthly scientific test + report for doctor.
Can I be relieved of my symptoms by following this self-help program?
According to our new scientific study after one month score better on stress, anxiety, and depression tests than you do today. A minority of participants take longer.
How do I recognize problems where self-help can help?
Usually underlying stress is at the root of all kinds of physical problems. By resolving stress you relieve yourself of the following symptoms:
- persistent worry
- muscle tension
- mental stress
- muscle tension
- empty feeling
- impaired concentration
- memory loss
- no interest anymore
- no more pleasure
- depressed mood
- being uninterested/not having fun
- Losing or gaining a lot of weight
- frequently sleepy
- Feeling agitated or sluggish
- fatigue or lack of energy
- exaggerated sense of worthlessness.
- feeling of guilt.
- impaired ability to think and concentrate
- digestive complaints
- weight changes
- vague complaints
- suicidal thoughts
- a feeling of breathlessness
- anxiety and panic
- a feeling of tightness in the chest
- dry mouth
- tingling in the hands and feet