Use the menu to the right to take our free psychological tests, to take part in our new brief self-help programme & view our new information microsite. Registered members can access our self-help CBT workbooks.
Use of this site is free. A password is required to use our full programme (designed to be used with extra support). Passwords are available through our partner organisations, Cwm Taf and North Wales primary care services, and through Parabl in North Wales.
We're proud to say we have helped 49,162 people recover from anxiety disorders since July 4th 2010.
Innovative online CBT workbooks
The Serenity Programme is an innovative treatment for stress, generalised anxiety disorder (GAD), social anxiety (SA) and panic disorder.1
Based on transdiagnostic cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) our online CBT programme contains a range of resources to support your recovery and to help increase your resilience and wellbeing.
Join the Serenity Programme and ...
- Discover simple & rapid 'thought exercises' to help stop worrying thoughts!
- Learn to relieve stress-related nervous tension, chest pain & breathlessness
- Banish awful panic attacks, prevent their return & start living life to the full!
Developed by Steve Cottrell, a Consultant Nurse Therapist working for the NHS in Wales, the programme is in daily use in the NHS and has won several national health awards.
Read our brochure (750k PDF) to find out more.
Benefits of the CCBT Programme
By downloading our interactive workbooks and MP3 files you can choose when you use the programme - to fit in with your daily routine. There's no pressure to complete the programme within a certain time, you can use it when you have the time and the energy.
Participants must be over 18, otherwise age is no limit and no computer skills are required - If you're reading this, you can use the programme!
Reliable, safe and effective
Developed using the best available evidence, the Serenity Programme on-line CBT course is written in plain language and is simple and easy to follow.
People who have suffered from anxiety and depression have helped design the programme to make sure it's easy to use, relevant & accessible.
Our programme can help you make meaningful, permanent changes and remain healthy and symptom-free.3
What shall I do next ?
You may want to view our free CBT self-help programme (it contains 110 screens of free voice-enabled information).
If you have any questions or comments, just send a message through the contact form and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.
Please note: this site isn't meant to take the place of face-to-face contact with a health professional.5 If you're looking for health advice please contact NHS Direct or if you're in a crisis and seeking urgent help or support, please contact your local health professionals or Samaritans straight away.
Thank you for reading to the end, best wishes to you
Phone: 07092 238031 | Fax: 07902 163048 |
1 The programme is also suitable for mixed anxiety and depression, when anxiety symptoms are your primary concern. This programme may be provided as a form of independent self-help, guided self-help or as an adjunct to more conventional therapies.
2 While this programme is therapeutic, it is not a substitute for professional individual or group cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) or other forms of psychological therapy. Self-help approaches such as this will suit some people more than others. No single approach is right for everyone and, in common with other effective treatment approaches, this programme requires concentration and effort to complete.
3 If you are unsure about whether this programme will suit you, please discuss your plans with a qualified health professional. This programme is unlikely to suit you if you are troubled by thoughts of harming yourself, significant feelings of hopelessness or despair or if you currently lack the time or concentration required to undertake the programme. If this should be the case, please discuss treatment options with a qualified health professional as soon as possible.
4 Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT), the English (UK) initiative to improve the availability of talking treatments for common mental health problems such as depression and anxiety. An IAPT group exists in Wales, albeit with a different mandate and funding arrangements.
5 This programme is not intended to be a substitute for face-to-face contact with a health professional. None of the information in this web site is intended to replace medical advice or treatment offered by doctors or other health care professionals. If you are concerned about your health in any way, please speak with a professional health care provider.
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Updated: December 12, 2013