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    MoodGYM - Anxiety

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    MoodGYM is a cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) based intervention designed to prevent or reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression. (English and German)

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    SHUTi (USA)

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    The SHUTi (Sleep Healthy Using the Internet) program is a fully automated, interactive, and tailored web-based program based on the well-established face-to-face cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia. (English)

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    The BRAVE Program (Brave Self-Help)

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    The BRAVE Program is an interactive, online program for the prevention and treatment of childhood and adolescent anxiety. (English)

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    This Way Up - Generalised Anxiety Disorder Course

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    This course is a clinician-assisted cognitive behavioural treatment (CBT) program for generalised anxiety disorder, incorporating best practice CBT principles including challenging meta-beliefs about worry, graded exposure, challenging core beliefs, and relapse prevention. (English)

  5. Service rating: There is good evidence from well conducted studies that the site works.

    This Way Up - Mixed Depression and Anxiety Course

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    The course is designed to treat the symptoms of both anxiety and depression and is based on the principles of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). (English)

  6. Service rating: There is some evidence that the site works. One or two good studies support its use.

    FearFighter (UK)

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    The FearFighter program uses self-exposure to address anxiety, panic and phobia and is a practice-based self-help treatment system which encourages you to identify your specific problems and develop treatment goals. (English)

  7. Service rating: There is some evidence that the site works. One or two good studies support its use.

    E-couch - Anxiety and Worry program

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    The e-couch website provides evidence-based information about emotional problems including their causes, treatments and ways to manage and prevent them. (English)

  8. Service rating: There is some evidence that the site works. One or two good studies support its use.

    myCompass (Australia)

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    The myCompass program is designed to help Australian residents gain control of mild to moderate stress, anxiety and/or depression using a mobile phone and/or computer. (English)

  9. Service rating: There is evidence that the site might work. More conclusive studies are needed.

    BiteBack

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    Bite Back is an online positive psychological program designed to improve the well-being and happiness of young Australians aged 12-18 years. (English)

  10. Service rating: There is evidence that the site might work. More conclusive studies are needed.

    Chilled Out

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    The Chilled Out program is based on the Cool Kids for Teens face-to-face program which helps Australian adolescents manage their anxiety. (English)

  11. Service rating: There is evidence that the site might work. More conclusive studies are needed.

    What? Me Worry!?!

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    The What? Me Worry!?! program is provided by the Centre for Clinical Interventions, which comes under the auspices of the Western Australian Department of Health. (English)

  12. Service rating: There is evidence that the site might work. More conclusive studies are needed.

    Beating the Blues

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    Beating the Blues is an interactive multimedia program using animations, video, case studies and voice-overs. (English)

  13. Service rating: There is evidence that the site might work. More conclusive studies are needed.

    Joyable

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    Joyable can be accessed via PC or mobile app and delivers a supported course of CBT, personalised to address the issues pertinent to each user. (English)

  14. Service rating: There is evidence that the site might work. More conclusive studies are needed.

    M3 Screen - WhatsMyM3

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    The M3 Screen is a brief symptom checklist for potential mood and anxiety disorder symptoms. It is designed to assess your risk of depression, bipolar and anxiety disorders (including PTSD). (English and Spanish)

  15. Service rating: There is evidence that the site might work. More conclusive studies are needed.

    Big White Wall (BWW)

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    Big White Wall (BWW) provides a SupportNetwork, GuidedSupport and LiveTherapy designed to hep individuals experiencing stress, depression or anxiety. (English)

  16. Service rating: There is evidence that the site might work. More conclusive studies are needed.

    Living Life to the Full

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    Living Life to the Full is a life skills course that provides key knowledge in how to develop skills to tackle feelings of low mood, stress and anxiety arising from work, relationships, and other aspects of our lives. (English)

  17. Service rating: There is evidence that the site might work. More conclusive studies are needed.

    Mental Health Online (formerly Anxiety Online) - GAD Online

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    The Mental Health Online program provides information, assessment and treatment for a range of anxiety disorders. (English)

  18. Service rating: There is no evidence at the moment.

    myRay

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    myRay is an extended program of CBT which focuses on your personal experiences and what you can do to improve well-being. (English)

  19. Service rating: There is no evidence at the moment.

    Livanda: CBT for Anxiety and Concern (Sweden)

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    The Livanda program for Anxiety and Concern contains 8 modules based on CBT.  Each section contains an introduction to the content of the module and how it relates to anxiety, homework tasks, an indicator of your progress, and assistance with remaining motivated. (Swedish)