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The many faces of self-help

Thinking about self-help, a lot of people associate it with prevention. And to be fair, self-help trainings can work pretty good in that setting. But it's not the only function. Self-help is for example also offered to people to bridge waiting time, often in combination with a welcome module. Or trainings can be chosen by users, or offered by care practitioners, alongside a guided ehealth module and care pathway, because the training fits perfectly with the treatment goals.

Are you ready to discover how self-help can strengthen your organisation and services?

Illustration of a computer with a self-help training on its screen

Available on demand

Self-help trainings work well in the current Zeitgeist. People are used to having a choice and direct action. Think of all the services you can get 'on demand' and all that's readily available. With access to the self-help catalogue, filled with trainings, people can choose from the Minddistrict app what they want to work on, and start right away. This way, you stimulate people's initiative and empower them to work on themselves.