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At This Way Up we believe that everyone should have access to practical, effective, and evidence-based resources to help them improve their mental health.

Our courses have been designed to help you identify, understand, address and improve psychological difficulties, and create a positive change in your wellbeing from the comfort of your own home.

Why Choose a This Way Up Course?


Developed by world-leading experts, our courses have been scientifically shown to improve wellbeing, and are:

Effective

On average, those who complete a course see a significant reduction in their symptoms.

Convenient

Enrol and get started right away – anytime, anywhere!

Affordable

Comparable to face-to-face therapy at a fraction of the cost.

How We Can Help

Watch our founder Professor Gavin Andrews talk about why more than 28,000 people to date have enrolled to use our courses to improve their mental health and wellbeing.

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Not Sure Where to Start?

If you are not sure how you are feeling or where to start, please take our brief test to explore your experiences and see how we can help.

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How Does It Work?


 

Supervised By Your Clinician

 

You can ask your doctor, psychologist or other health professional about supervising you through a course. Your clinician must be registered with our system and login to prescribe you a course.

 

Self-Help

 

Or you can take the self-help courses, available on desktop and mobile devices. Sign up for a web course here or download one of our apps here.

What Courses Do We Offer?


Mental Health

We offer a range of courses for depression and the anxiety disorders. These courses have been proven to work in high-quality, clinical trials. On average, 80% of people who complete one of these courses benefit substantially, with 50% no longer being troubled by anxiety or depression.


Physical Health

We have courses available to help you manage chronic health conditions and improve your quality of life.


Short Wellbeing Courses

We also offer a number of free short courses in addition to our full range of CBT programs.  These evidence-based courses are self-paced and designed to be completed within 2 months at most.

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About Us

Developed by world-leading experts, our courses are evidence-based and designed to help you gain the knowledge and skills to overcome your difficulties.

On average across our courses, most people benefit from each lesson they complete, with 80% of people who complete all lessons benefiting substantially and 50% to the point of no longer being troubled by anxiety or depression related illness. However, 20% do not benefit and will need to seek further assistance.

For a list of our published research click the link below.

Evidence

Our full-length, disorder-specific courses are rigorously tested in our research unit, Virtual Clinic, before they are released. We have treated over 2,000 patients in Virtual Clinic, using versions of the depression, panic, social phobia, GAD, OCD, and transdiagnostic courses, and have found that the courses significantly reduce anxiety and depression. Virtual Clinic is also continually involved in a range of research projects investigating the nature, causes and treatment of anxiety disorders.

  • Benefit substantially 80%
  • No longer troubled by anxiety or depression 50%

As of July 2017, we had more than 4500 clinicians and more than 28,000 individuals enrolled in THIS WAY UP.

Enrolments

Clinicians

Who Is Suitable For A THIS WAY UP Course?

Our research suggests that our courses are suitable for people who have a mild, moderate or severe anxiety or depressive disorder, but may not be suitable for individuals who:

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Have been diagnosed with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, or drug or alcohol dependence.

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Are in severe distress and are experiencing suicidal thoughts – those who could be better being seen by a clinician.

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Are taking benzodiazepines and/or atypical antipsychotics.