Imperial College Health Centre

Member of Regent Health Primary Care Network
NHS Central London Clinical Commissioning Group

CBT Resources

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) aims to help you to change the way that you think, feel and behave. It is used as a treatment for various mental health and physical problems.

CBT can be delivered face-to-face via a therapist, using computer programmes online to work through using CBT principles (computerised CBT) or using books/leaflets to work through using principles of CBT (CBT bibliotherapy). Below are some resources regarding how to access computerised and/or CBT bibliotherapy. We hope that you find these useful.

Computerised CBT

  • Mood Gym – A free self help program to teach cognitive behaviour therapy skills to people vulnerable to depression and anxiety.
  • Living Life to the Full – This free course uses a self-help format and the CBT model which has a proven effectiveness in helping people develop life skills that help them tackle feelings of low mood, stress and distress.
  • Calmer series Sends regular emails with tips/videos (but no actual structured CBT)

CBT Bibliotherapy