A new, portable way to control your depression and anxiety

THIS WAY UP’s internet-delivered Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (iCBT) courses are now available on your mobile devices.

 

Do you need help with your mental health?

Our apps have been clinically proven to help with depression and anxiety disorders.

Using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), these apps provide a practical and engaging way to overcome your mental health issues. We teach you how to change your thought patterns, so you can start coping better.

 

THIS WAY UP offers a wide range of features and benefits

 

Effective80% of users see improvement, 50% to the point of no longer being troubled by their depression or anxiety.

 
 

ConvenientThe apps can be used anywhere, at any time.

 

Low costAt $59, an app costs less than one visit to a psychologist or psychiatrist.

 
 

No fussThe apps can be accessed immediately without any waiting periods or bookings.

Available on both Apple iOS and Google Android platforms.

Click the appropriate link below to download on your preferred platform today.

Managing Depression

Managing Depression

Do you need help with symptoms of depression? THIS WAY UP’s online depression course has been clinically proven to lessen depression.

Overcoming Anxiety and Depression

Overcoming Anxiety and Depression

Do you need help with symptoms of depression and anxiety? THIS WAY UP’s online mixed depression and anxiety course has been clinically proven to help.

Mastering Generalised Anxiety

Mastering Generalised Anxiety

Do you need help with symptoms of anxiety? THIS WAY UP’s online anxiety course has been clinically proven to lessen anxiety.

Social Phobia

Social Phobia

Do you need help with your shyness? THIS WAY UP’s online Social Phobia course has been clinically proven to lessen worry and the symptoms of Social Phobia.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Do you need help with your obsessive and compulsive thoughts? THIS WAY UP’s online OCD course has been clinically proven to lessen worry and the symptoms of OCD.