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Therapist Guided-iCBT


Now available through your Employee and Family Assistance Program provided by FSEAP, MindBeacon’s Therapist-Guided Internet-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (iCBT) Program is there for you wherever and whenever you want it. 


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is of the most effective forms of therapy to help many mild-to-moderate mental health concerns. With MindBeacon’s Guided iCBT, you experience CBT at your own pace and schedule, with a dedicated therapist guiding you throughout. Guided iCBT program content includes readings and exercises that have all been developed by clinical experts to help you develop the skills to resolve troubling symptoms and build your resilience. 


Guided iCBT program is delivered 100% online – through your laptop, phone or tablet. So, you can participate when and where you want. There are no appointments to keep, and you can send messages to your therapist when something is on your mind. Your therapist will get back to you within one (1) business day.


More about CBT 


CBT is a time-limited, problem-focused, and goal-oriented form of therapy. It looks at how the way we think about things can affect our feelings and behaviours. CBT helps us learn how to change negative cycles of thoughts and behaviours so we can function better in order to improve our quality of life. 



What kinds of mental health issues does Guided iCBT help? 


Guided iCBT is designed to help individuals (age 16 years or older) experiencing mild-to-moderate mental health concerns. 

  • Managing Stress 

  • Posttraumatic Stress 

  • Coping with Chronic Pain 

  • Social Anxiety 

  • Coping with Chronic Illness 

  • Panic 

  • Health Anxiety 

  • General Anxiety and Worry 

  • Managing Alcohol Use 

  • Depression 

  • Building Better Relationships 

  • Tackling Insomnia 

  • Returning to Work 


Managing Grief and Loss and Obsessive-Compulsive Concerns are coming soon! 


Guided iCBT is not for people in crisis. If you believe you need immediate psychological assistance, contact your family doctor or call 911.

Your benefit may not include all of the services described here. Please login or refer to your benefits material for more information.

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