GET.ON Mood Enhancer Diabetes


The Mood Enhancer Diabetes course is made up of 6 lessons delivered through text, video and audio files. Each lesson contains information, examples and interactive problem solving exercises. The course is designed to be completed at a rate of either one or two lessons per week, with the content of the lessons being implemented in the time in between. The course is based on systematic behavioural activation and problem solving. Subscription gives 12 months access to the program, including 2 optional units on healthy sleep and weight management. Three levels of professional support are offered; unsupervised, with coaching (answering questions on course content) or intensive coaching (detailed feedback after each lesson). 

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Agency Responsible:
GET.ON Institute.


Intervention Type:
Psychological - Problem solving. and systematic behavioural activation
Course Length:
Long (more than 5 modules). 6 lessons over 3 to 6 weeks
Support Option:
Clinical support. in supervised versions, self-directed course also available

Target Audience

Primary Category:
Target Audience:
Adult. with type 1 or type 2 diabetes


Fee-based. Self-directed - 69 Euros, with coaching - 127 Euros, with intensive coaching - 299 Euros
Closed: Fee required.
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Research evidence

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Outcome Summary:

One trial (1) has been conducted (N=130) looking at the efficacy on the Mood Enhancer Diabetes program compared to an active control group who received an online psychoeducation module. Participants were adults with depressive symptoms (CES-D>=23) and type 1 or type 2 diabetes. The intervention group saw significantly better reduction in depressive symptoms d=0.89 (ITT). Additionally, those with a likely diagnosis of major depressive order benefitted more than those with less severe symptoms. At 6 month follow up the intervention group maintained significantly better reductions in symptoms compared to controls with d=0.83.

Recommended rating, reviewer 1:

There is some evidence that the site works. One or two good studies support its use.
Recommended rating, reviewer 2:

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

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Research paper citations

(1) Nobis, S., Lehr, D., Ebert, D. D., Baumeister, H., Snoek, F., Riper, H., & Berking, M. (2015). Efficacy of a web-based intervention with mobile phone support in treating depressive symptoms in adults with type 1 and type 2 diabetes: a randomized controlled trial. Diabetes Care, 38(5), 776-783.

Ebert, D. D., Nobis, S., Lehr, D., Baumeister, H., Riper, H., Auerbach, R. P., ... & Berking, M. (2017). The 6‐month effectiveness of Internet‐based guided self‐help for depression in adults with Type 1 and 2 diabetes mellitus. Diabetic Medicine, 34(1), 99-107.

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Last Updated: June 12th 2018