The best way
to train your mind
Self-Therapy is built on the science of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy which has been proven over and over again as the most effective and efficient way to train the mind. Let’s learn why.
"CBT is the gold-standard psychological treatment— as the best standard we have in the field currently available"
Stefan G. Hofman
What is CBT?
CBT is a therapeutic approach that focuses on challenging and changing cognitive distortions such as thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes and their associated behaviors to improve emotional regulation and develop personal coping strategies that target solving current problems.
In short, it’s a form of therapy that gives you practical strategies to really help you think and feel better.
The CBT Triangle shows how all the corners are connected and influence each other
"One of the goals of CBT is to empower you to be your own therapist"
Seth J. Gillihan, PhD
Clinical Psychologist, Author
Director of Therapy at Bloom
What is Self-Therapy?
Self-Therapy is the method of applying therapeutic exercises in a self-guided way. Many studies have found that self-guided CBT can be very effective.
A recent study showed that self-guided online CBT has even be found to be significantly more effective than face-to-face therapy.
Countless studies and research show CBT is powerful and goes more into the causes and not just the symptoms of mental health problems.
CBT alone is up to 75%
effective for overcoming depression and anxiety after just a few modules.
Online CBT is a viable and effective alternative to face-to-face treatment with a treatment adherence of 82%.
Of users on Bloom feel better after each session.
The best way to improve your mental health
CBT outperforms almost every other treatment for anxiety disorders. Even better than medication due its low relapse rates. Furthermore, CBT treatments are usually of shorter duration, and the results are more enduring than those of other treatment methods.
"Just a few sessions of CBT can be very helpful in treating anxiety and depression. CBT’s simple yet powerful changes to the way we think and act can have profound impacts on our health
Seth J. Gillihan, PhD
Director of Therapy