Learn to cope with mild mental health issues

Therappy makes self-help books come alive!

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"Knowing the theory is vital for a positive outcome"
Listen to the theory part
"Practice makes perfect"
Do tasks to reinforce the topic
"Get in tune with yourself"
Reflect on your inner changes
"Everything in life is a choice"
Choose to become happy
Proven techniques
The CBT theory suggests that many of the psychological problems arise from distorted cognitions - thoughts, stereotypes, and beliefs that are used unconsciously. Therappy courses are written by certified CBT psychotherapists and may become a powerful psychotherapy tool.
Only 20 minutes a day
Choose to be happy
Motivation is vital for success in all endeavors. Self-therapy is no exception. Make a choice to improve your psychological and emotional state by devoting a little time to yourself.
Each Therappy session lasts about 20 minutes. Get step-by-step help, which includes audio sessions with CBT theory basics, followed by practical exercises that put that theory into action.
What is Therappy?
Therappy is a self-therapy mental coach that teaches how to cope with anxiety, burnout, stress and other mild psychological issues.

Therappy courses are based on the Cognitive Behavioral approach that is considered to be the gold-standard of psychotherapy by many specialists. Proven effectiveness, accessible format, doable exercises.

Therappy is a self-therapy coach in your pocket.
How does it work?
  • Download the app
  • Choose a course relevant to your psychological state
  • Listen to the audio sessions to learn the theory part of the course
  • Complete the exercises after listening to the theory
  • Reflect on your inner changes Improve your quality of life
What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and how does it work?
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of psychological treatment that has been demonstrated to be effective for a range of problems including depression, anxiety disorders, alcohol and drug use problems, marital problems, eating disorders and severe mental illnesses. Numerous research studies suggest that CBT leads to significant improvement in functioning and quality of life. In many studies, CBT has been demonstrated to be as effective as, or more effective than, other forms of psychological therapy or psychiatric medications.

Effectively, CBT works as a psychological cookbook: you come with a problem, CBT gives you a recipe to fix that problem. By learning the CBT theory basics and by doing practical exercises, you will develop coping skills, change your automatiс thinking patterns, control problematic emotions, and, hence, improve your quality of life by making healthier choices.
What is the difference between the Therappy course and therapy appointment?
What is the difference between taking a Therappy course and going to an off-line therapist appointment?

We think that qualified therapists are cool and Therappy does not intend to replace them. You could choose Therappy in three cases:

  1. if you want to improve the quality of your life in general. By learning about CBT strategies, how distorted thinking patterns work, you'll be able change them and make healthier choices in your life.

  2. if you want to supplement regular talk-therapy to aid you in-between the sessions. Should anxiety kick in right after your regular session, you'll know how to control it better.

  3. if you are afraid of going to personal talk-therapy. Sometimes we get embarrassed speaking about our personal problems to another person, even if that person is a psychotherapist. Therappy will help you demystify therapy in general and, hopefully, get your first positive results.
Will the course help me?
It surely can, but if you do your part. Hundreds of studies have confirmed that CBT is more effective than many other types of therapies. Usually, it requires fewer sessions and has a simple-to-understand structure. Therappy also has a pretty much straightforward structure: first learn the theory, then do the exercises, after that reflect on your inner changes, and after that continue to track your old thinking patterns on a daily basis, and change them every time you catch the old ones creeping in. Working on yourself may be hard, but it's always rewarding.
I still have questions. What should I do?
Please send you questions to this email: hey@therappy.io
A certified therapist will answer your inquiry.
If you are in a life-threatening situation, please call 911 or get immediate help through one of these resources.

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