The Depression Self-Help Program is made up of 15 lessons, as listed here:

  1. Introduction
  2. Activity planning
  3. Structuring activities
  4. A healthy lifestyle
  5. Between event and emotion
  6. Thinking and feeling
  7. Core beliefs
  8. Challenging your thoughts
  9. Thinking errors
  10. Social skills
  11. Boosting self-confidence
  12. Designing your future
  13. Coping with stress
  14. Turning a bad day around
  15. Preventing relapse

Depression Toolbox course consists of 15 lessons

Depression Toolbox course lesson structure

Lesson structure:

Each of the 15 lessons (with the exception of lesson 1, which mainly discusses technical issues) has the same structure:

  • Lesson overview
    • The teachers provide an overview of the contents of the lesson.
  • In touch with the team
    • If during the last few days any major changes have taken place in your life, or if there is anything else that you want our team to know, you will be given the opportunity to fill out an online form every lesson to send to us. The form allows you to indicate if you would like a reply form Resilico’s Support Department.
  • How have you been lately?
    • You will be asked the same 9 questions every lesson to help track your depression. Each time you answer the questions, you will receive an email with a link to a document that contains an assessment of your depression in the current and previous lessons. In this way you can monitor your progress.
  • Summary of the previous lesson
    • The teachers provide a short summary of the contents of the previous lesson.
  • Homework review
    • In most of the lessons the teachers discuss last lesson’s homework with you, by drawing your attention to questions that should be considered carefully and by providing you additional food for thought. In this way the homework assignments turn into a thought-provoking experience that may influence your day-to-day life.
  • Building up resilience
    •  Each lesson will provide surprising insights that can help you in your fight against depression.
  • Main section
    • Every lesson has its own subject (see #Features / Syllabus) . The virtual teachers use plain language and use the virtual chalkboard to emphasize what is important.
  • New assignment
    •  At the end of every lesson (except for the last lesson) the teachers will give you a new homework assignment.
  • Summary
    • The virtual teachers will summarize the lesson and announce the subject of the next lesson.