Computerized psychotherapy programs are aimed at enlarging access of populations to basic psychological help. They provide tools for conducting self-diagnostics and learning important skills of self-help at an affordable price.
The programs can be used to treat moderate forms of mental disorders and psychological problems, as part of hybrid delivery or standalone interventions. They can reduce the need in psychotherapy sessions up to 75%, and in some cases provide sufficient resources for individuals to solve their problems on their own.
The programs are based on the most advanced methods of cognitive behavioral and interpersonal therapy. The efficiency of those methods has been proven by clinical research and is comparable to effects of pharmacological treatment.
In 4-8 weeks users learn to manage their own thoughts, emotions and behavior, as well as relationships with other people, develop their problem solving and communication skills. This work increases the individual's resilience towards stress situations and improves their quality of life.
* The people with severe mental disorders or psychological problems are strongly recommended to use the programs only under supervision of psychiatrist or psychotherapist.