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Old 24-01-05, 15:13
jude jude is offline
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Moodgym

I forgot to mention, the GP recommended i visit a website called moodgym. Its an online CBT programme. I had a quick look earlier but haven't come to any conclusion as to what I think of it yet.
Has anyone tried it.
Jude
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Old 24-01-05, 19:19
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This was posted up a while back http://moodgym.anu.edu.au/

I had a look through it, although I was bored of it after about an hour but that's maybe just me. I do think sites like these are a great idea, I hope some of you can get something out of this one.

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Old 24-01-05, 19:39
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I had a go last night, and OH MY GOD after an hour i was pulling my hair out, all it give u is stats. i think what they r trying to do is c u r thinking in a negative way [Duh!] it took me 5 mins to understand i had reached the end, i was waiting fo answers but none came lol.

for me a BIG WASTE OF TIME





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Old 24-01-05, 20:08
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According to the survey, I'm a complete freak!! :(
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Old 24-01-05, 20:20
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im sorry the information moodgym gave me wasnt correct.
especially the first part when they asked me about depression and anxiety. the asked far to few qustions to be able to give you a correct answer.

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Old 24-01-05, 20:25
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Not much appraisal for moodgym here then . I agree, I just didn't want to be negative about it. Too few (relevant) questions and too few answers. And far too much sifting through really basic information that you really have no desire to do, on my behalf anyway.

Someone might like it though

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Old 05-02-05, 00:14
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My CBT man recommended it but I found it really patronising.....

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Old 05-02-05, 10:53
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Hi everyone,
Thanks for the replies. I have to agree. I tried it the other night, spent an hour and a half being told how anxious, depressed and negative I am. It made me feel 10 times worse. Maybe I should have stuck it out til the end, but I lost all interest. I felt like I was getting nowhere.

Oh well, onwards and upwards?
Jude x
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Old 05-02-05, 11:52
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dont think i will bother going on.
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Old 27-05-08, 14:40
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Re: Moodgym

hi,

Ive been onto the mood gym CBT and it didnt help. what a waste of time. i thought you would be able to ask question.
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