Livanda: CBT for Anxiety and Concern (Sweden)


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.  The CBT modules provide information about anxiety and how it affects different people, physiological reactions to anxiety and their impact, skills-training to reduce anxiety, identifying why we worry and the role of negative thoughts and behaviours in this process, conflict resolution, and help moving forward and preventing relapse.  The program also includes relaxation training, exercises designed to help you change your thinking, and an analysis of your thoughts and behaviours and strategies to maintain progress.  For an extra fee you can ask Psychologists personal questions, and also have access to questions and answers from previous users.

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Agency Responsible:
Livanda Internet Clinic, Sweden.


Intervention Type:
Psychological – CBT.
Course Length:
Long (more than 5 modules). 8 sections
Support Option:
Clinical support. The site provides automated support with the option of professional support from psychologists.

Target Audience

Primary Category:
Generalised anxiety disorder.
Secondary Categories:
Panic disorder and Social anxiety.
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Closed: Fee required.
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No research has specifically tested the Livanda program for Anxiety and Concern.

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Last Updated: October 1st 2009