Our self help materials, webinar & group packages

Our evidence based CBT self-help materials are authored by Marie Chellingsworth and key experts in the field. They are available in English, Urdu, Punjabi, Slovak and Arabic. They are free for individual use or can be used by services under license. All we ask is clinician's or services using the guide purchase our linked  Clinician's guide book to the protocol. Each workbook includes session by session treatment information, reviews and all worksheets for inter-session tasks. The materials can be used in 1:1 or video call treatment, in groups or webinars using our associated group and webinar manuals and delivery packs. The associated Clinician's guide to the self-help material enables supporters to maximise outcomes and thoroughly understand the change methods, how to introduce and implement them to get an effective dose of treatment, overviews the evidence base underpinning the approach, gives information on a typical treatment outline session by session and how to provide the best support. These can be purchased for individual clinical use, accessed as part of our CBT Resource annual CPD club individual or service membership, or services can purchase a service wide license.


For services who want to co-brand our materials, we can also offer co-branding of each of the materials with your service logo, local information and colours under license. A wide range of NHS, IAPT, universities and other & mental health organisations use our materials, group classes, webinars and worksheets under license. 

Each of our self-help CBT materials has been developed to the latest evidence and standards in producing high quality patient information and NHS principles and they conform to NICE guidelines. Each material has been through research level independent readability testing using Readability Studio software, to ensure that they have a low reading age (<12-14) and use accessible language. All results are published on each material. They have also been written to have high levels of common factor and engagement levels with input from people with lived experience and clinical expertise. Each material has also been through a range of focus group reviews as part of the development process. They are used widely in the national IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) programme. Our translated materials were undertaken by a professional translation company, supported through the process by CBT therapists and PWPs. Each translation was reviewed by therapists who speak that language to ensure accuracy of the translation. Our thanks goes to My Wellbeing IAPT service who supported and funded the translation process.