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About Us

We provide access to a range of licensed evidence based wellbeing resources based on the popular cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) approach. Our catelogue of resources aims to help people tackle common wellbeing problems such as low mood and stress, as well as helping them manage long term physical conditions.

Other Five Areas sites: (General Public)
www.livinglifetothefull.com : the main support site for users of the Overcoming Depression and low mood and Overcoming Anxiety books.
www.rylcourse.com : for long-term conditions
www.llttfwg.com : for people who attend chirches and want to built life skills whilst also including their faith.
www.llttf.com/shop : Buy books and other wellbeing resources.


Other Five Areas sites: (Practitioners)

www.fiveareas.com : showcasing the work we do as a company including our evidence-base, blogs about projects and more
www.fiveareas.com/shop : Buy licences to run classes, online access and more.
http://​www.fiveareas.com/training : Book a supporter training course
www.overcomingbulimia.com : an educsational life skills course for those experiencing problems such as bingeing and over-eating/bulima-type symptoms

Evidence Base:
Williams, C.J. and Garland, A, (2002). A cognitive behavioural therapy assessment model for use in everyday clinical practice. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 8, 172-179. 

Wright, B., Williams, C, Garland, A. (2002). Using the Five Areas cognitive-behavioural therapy model with psychiatric patients. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 8, 307-315. 

Williams, C, Garland, A. (2002). Identifying and challenging unhelpful thinking. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 8, 377-386

Garland, A., Fox, R., Williams, C.J. (2002). Overcoming reduced activity and avoidance: a five areas approach. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 8: 6, 453-462. 

Whitfield, G., Williams. C.J. (2003). The evidence base for cognitive-behavioural therapy in depression: delivery in busy clinical settings. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 9, 21-30 

Williams C.J. (2001). Use of written cognitive-behavioural therapy self-help materials to treat depression. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 7, 233-240. Click here to download 

 

 

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