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Course developed by the Founder of MoodSmith, Dr Ryan, Chartered Psychologist with two decades of experience.

Researched models of therapy

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy \ Exposure and Response Prevention \ Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

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The course is available 24/7 across all devices and is completed in the privacy of your own home or wherever you choose to access lessons.

How does it work?

The course uses only researched therapy models, such as CBT, ERP, and ACT. The following video shows inside the course.

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Stop Intrusive Thoughts

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Last updated Jul 3rd, 2024

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Who is this course for?

The course is for adults who are struggling with intrusive thoughts. It is a self-paced self-help course, and you need to be motivated to work on your own.

How long is the course?

The course is self-paced, but if you follow the recommended time frames, most people finish the course in approximately 6 weeks.

The Role of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is one of the most effective therapeutic approaches for managing intrusive thoughts. CBT focuses on identifying and challenging the cognitive distortions that fuel anxiety and distress. By restructuring these thought patterns, individuals can reduce the frequency and intensity of intrusive thoughts.

Key Components of CBT for Intrusive Thoughts

  1. Cognitive Restructuring: This involves identifying and challenging irrational or maladaptive thoughts. For example, if an individual has an intrusive thought about harming someone, they would learn to recognize this thought as a symptom of anxiety rather than a reflection of their desires or intentions.
  2. Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP): ERP is a form of CBT that involves gradually exposing oneself to the feared thought or situation without engaging in compulsive behaviours. Over time, this reduces the anxiety associated with the intrusive thought.
  3. Mindfulness and Acceptance: Mindfulness techniques teach individuals to observe their thoughts without judgment, reducing the emotional impact of intrusive thoughts. Acceptance strategies help individuals acknowledge the presence of intrusive thoughts without attempting to suppress or control them.

Benefits of an Online Self-Help Course

An online self-help course for intrusive thoughts offers several advantages:

  1. Accessibility: Online courses provide access to therapeutic interventions for individuals who may not have the resources or ability to attend in-person therapy sessions.
  2. Flexibility: Participants can engage with the course material at their own pace, allowing them to integrate therapeutic practices into their daily routines.
  3. Privacy: Online courses offer a level of anonymity and privacy that can be comforting for individuals dealing with sensitive mental health issues.

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