Personalised Self-Help: Online Psychology

Each Course Contains:
  • Psychologist Written Educational Content
  • Up to 6 Quizzes
  • Self-Reflection Tools
  • Personalised Suggestions
  • Action Plans and Worksheets

4+ Hours of Educational Content

Short and Engaging Quizzes

Personalised Tools for Self-Reflection

Personalised Recommendations Provided Immediately

Action Plans to Master Psychology Skills



Learn about course
topics and related
psychology skills


Answer all of the
questions to get you
thinking about your
mental health

Self - Reflection

Work through
awareness building
exercises for personal


Receive tailored
suggestions to try out
in your daily life

Action Plan

Use our worksheets to
put your new
psychology skills into

Each Week of Your Course Contains:

Educational Content

Evidence-Based Psychology Teachings on Your Chosen Topic

Learn about mental wellbeing and, in turn, about you. Psychology content written with care and intended to empower you.

How does intuitive eating work?

You might be thinking, “hang on a minute…doesn’t the idea of intuitive eating fly in the face of healthy eating?”

Tips to avoid shape checking

Learn to keep a track of checking behaviours, especially triggers around you that make you want to check

What is a real friendship?

True friends are those who came into your life, saw the most negative bits about you but chose to remain. 

Toxic friendships and bullying

Most teens experience the pain of interacting with a toxic person, but many don’t know how to cope. 


Answer Simple Quiz Questions

Up to 18 questions with millions of answer combinations per course. This means more tailored help and support for you.

Shape checking

Shape checking brings up the following for me?


Rank the feeling states that you recognise the most in yourself


Which of these core-beliefs do you identify with the most?

Past trauma

What would help you to speak up about what’s happened?

Aided Self-Reflection

Increase Personal Awareness Through Guided Reflection Exercises

Learn more about yourself by reflecting on questions unique to your quiz answers.

Are you self-critical?

The way we relate to ourselves is deeply rooted in our psyche. Often that critical voice comes from childhood. A strict upbringing…

Do you avoid emotions?

Shame is powerful. We limit ourselves in response to guilt. We don’t explore our past or tap into our emotions because of our shame…

Do you fact-check?

It takes practice, often weeks of reflection, to link feelings to their underlying thoughts and beliefs. Fact checking is a way to test your…

What are your values?

You’ve pointed out that you want to live more in line with your values. That’s great! Knowing your values acts as a compass when… 

Personalised Suggestions

Mental Welbeing Tips and Solutions Tailored to Your Needs

Holistic self-care suggestions built on your quiz answers and aided self-reflection. Putting psychology theory into action.

Break tasks down

We encourage you to take small steps, acknowledge and celebrate small achievements. However, don’t stretch yourself..

Communal eating

Psychologists talk about the benefits of communal eating. You can use activity scheduling to plan meal times with friends…

Seek support

Friends, family and teachers can be helpful when managing bullying. School counsellors can also be a good resource…

Reframe thoughts

Often perfectionism comes up in our teenage years. Psychologists use CBT to help people with high standards. Simple strategies include…

Action Plan

Take Home Exercises to Practice Psychology Skills and Live Life Better

Practice makes perfect! End each week with worksheets that will help you master all your new psychology skills.

Body avoidance tracker

Become aware of the links between your environment and shape checking behaviour.

Thought diary with challenges

Rewrite your unhelpful automatic thoughts that come up for you each day with more balanced thinking. 

Setting goals for valued living

Engaging forms to clarify your goals. Next, use the worksheets to spark ideas to live by them.

Symptom monitoring forms

Monitoring physical health symptoms, activity levels and looking for links between the two.


Evidence for Online Psychology - It Works!

During the last two decades, online-delivered psychological therapies have been tested in over 200 randomised controlled trials (RCTs). Recent systematic reviews have shown that web-based therapies are effective for a range of mental health concerns (e.g., Chipps et al., 2020; Luo et al., 2020). Systematic reviews are considered the ‘gold standard’ when it comes to medical evidence. For example, Calbring et al (2016) found that online CBT is as effective as face-to-face CBT for several mental health conditions. Similarly, Sanger et al (2020) found that online-CBT was more effective than face-to-face CBT for reducing depressive symptoms.
Online-delivered therapy is also effective for non-clinical problems, like procrastination (e.g., Rozental et al., 2015) and perfectionism (e.g., Shafran et al. 2017). There is also support for online-delivered Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) (e.g., Kelson et al., 2019; Wilks et al., 2018). In sum, research evidence suggests that online-based psychological therapies are a viable, low cost, and effective option in mental health care.

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