SelfHelpWorks is the leading provider of video-based online “cognitive behavioral training” interventions for improving health and productivity. The interventions reduce population health risk at the lowest cost per successful intervention by eliminating the deeply rooted, hard-to-break unhealthy behaviors that resist standard wellness programming and behavior modification techniques. Interventions include tobacco, unhealthy eating, inactivity, stress, alcohol, sleep and diabetes. Use either as a stand-alone or easily integrate with existing portals. Quickly and easily scaled across multiple locations. Set-up, marketing collateral, reporting and live support are included at no cost.
The evidence-based interventions are curriculum-driven, just like an e-university course. The interactive online video-based format and our PersonalCoach™ software work in harmony to deliver an engaging, user-friendly personalized coaching experience. Participants can log on 24/7 from virtually anywhere including the privacy and comfort of home or office. All that’s needed is Internet access via a computer, tablet or smartphone.
All SelfHelpWorks interventions employ a cognitive behavioral training approach derived from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) that is designed to create lasting behavioral change. Unless you employ behavior change solutions that change a person’s mindset and thought patterns, their tough-to-break (emotionally based) unhealthy habits will keep coming back.
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- Behavioral Health Providers
- Corporate Sleep Disorder Vendors
- Diabetes Programs
- Diabetes Prevention Programs
- Diabetes Management Programs
- Corporate Metabolic Syndrome Vendors
- Mindfulness at Work
- Stress Management in the Workplace
- Corporate Resilience Program
- Tobacco Cessation Program
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- Corporate Fitness
- On Demand Fitness Programs
- Corporate Fitness Challenges
- Corporate Walking Challenge
- Corporate Nutrition Programs
- Health Coaches
- Health Coaching Software
- Weight Management Programs
It’s a pleasure to partner with the SelfHelpWorks team because they share the same attributes that we value. We are proud to have developed a relationship based on trust, communication, and respect.
Case Study – SHW cost per successful intervention.pdf
Outcomes of SelfHelpWorks interventions.pdf
Science behind LivingFree tobacco cessation course.pdf
Science behind the LivingLean weight management course.pdf
SelfHelpWorks Report – Behavioral Costs.pdf
SelfHelpWorks employer brochure.pdf
SelfHelpWorks detailed overview.pdf
LivingFit detailed overview.pdf
LivingLean detailed overview.pdf
LivingFree detailed overview.pdf
LivingEasy detailed overview.pdf
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