Interactive skill-building modules


Turning learning
into healing.

The path to improving mental health concern starts with truly understanding the situation, and then applying research and techniques that have been proven to help. This series of training videos take a deeper dive into specific topics, and provides some tangible ways to start moving forward.


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I)

Sleep problems are common. Mayo Clinic has developed an interactive module to help you improve the quality and quantity of your sleep.

The CBT-I interactive skill-building module focuses on five strategies that science has shown to improve sleep.


Building Resiliency During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The anxiety, stress, and uncertainty of the pandemic has impacted almost every area of our lives. Mayo Clinic has developed an interactive module to help you build coping skills to better manage distress.

The Building Resiliency During the COVID-19 Pandemic interactive skill-building module focuses on enhancing resiliency, covering healthy habits, social media use, social engagement, worry and mood management, and relaxation training.


Behavioral Activation

When you feel down, withdrawing or avoiding can affect how you engage in life. Mayo Clinic has developed an interactive module to help you build skills to stay connected with personally meaningful, value-driven activities that can improve your mood.

The Behavioral Activation interactive skill-building module focuses on learning how setting small goals to get reconnected with personally meaningful activities and scheduling daily routines can help build energy, motivation, and enjoyment.


Managing Negative Thinking

When we feel stressed, down, and overwhelmed, we often struggle with negative thoughts such as worry and rumination. Mayo Clinic has developed an interactive module to help you build skills to better manage negative styles of thinking.

The Managing Negative Thinking interactive skill-building module focuses on learning how to directly challenge negative thoughts, schedule time to better control worry and rumination, and problem-solve difficult situations.


Facing Your Fears

While avoiding situations, thoughts, and physical sensations that cause fear and anxiety makes sense in the short-term, it can lead to longer-term problems in day-to-day living. Mayo Clinic has developed an interactive module to help you build skills to better approach and tolerate feelings of fear and anxiety.

The Facing Your Fears interactive skill-building module focuses on learning how planned, controlled, and repeated exposures to those things we fear can help reduce avoidance and improving our coping over time.