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BrainPerpetuum is a program delivering psychoeducation and self-help information to persons experiencing mild to moderate negative emotions such as anxiety, depression or anger. Many individuals face these challenges worldwide and wonder how to achieve balance, yet a number of them do not proceed towards or do not have access to any counseling or psychotherapeutic services.


This program aims at delivering important information that would assist such persons initially benefit from self-help and encourage them to turn to one-on-one psychosocial services provided by licensed mental health professionals. The program consists of systematically organized posts published in a weekly manner, providing the readers time in between the posts to digest and practice the presented material.  In addition to psychoeducation, the posts encourage the readers to establish practical skills by setting homework tasks and helps them keep pace with email reminders containing helpful materials.


The posts are written by a mental health professional with a PhD degree, who is an experienced cognitive-behavioral psychotherapist, an educator, and a scientific researcher in the field. 


We are launching this self-help program at the very beginning of 2021, after the year of specific challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, that may have induced or worsened emotional disturbances in people worldwide. As we proceed to 2021, there are still many uncertainties, but we may do our best to work together on finding perpetual balance. 


NOTICE: Please note that this self-help blog program is for informational purposes, and cannot replace mental health treatment. Research has shown more efficacy of CBT self-help if using such a program is guided by a mental health professional throughout the process.

If you have been experiencing significant distress, mood challenges, behavioral dyscontrol, or similar mental health dysfunction, please contact your mental health service provider without delay. Mental health diagnosis and treatment can only be done after conducting a one-on-one clinical examination of the client by a mental health professional. The owners of this website and the writers of the content provided do not take any responsibility for the mental health outcomes of readers.

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