Technology has opened a new frontier for people with depression, stress or anxiety. While almost all Americans have access to the internet, and most Americans have a smart phone, access to mental health professionals is declining at an alarming rate. Today, more than ever, health management strategies must include technology-based behavioral health resources – or risk missing engagement opportunities with members who may not (or cannot) use more traditional avenues to access care.
CuraLinc’s innovative digital behavioral health solution offers evidence-based content and practical resources to foster meaningful and lasting behavior change. The platform, which is based on the underlying principles of cognitive behavioral therapy, provides a variety of self-directed dynamic resources that improve emotional fitness and overall wellbeing.
In addition to a robust resource toolkit, stress-reducing exercises and linkage to mindfulness and other emotional health resources, the platform allows participants to develop competencies through a variety of structured modules and courses.
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Whether as an integrated component of an EAP/MAP or as a stand-alone program, CuraLinc’s cCBT (computerized cognitive behavioral therapy) platform improves access to care and expands the footprint of support.
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what is ccbt?
Cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT, is a therapeutic approach that helps people manage problems like anxiety, depression and stress in a results-oriented manner by breaking the concern(s) down into smaller parts and addressing them individually. Unlike other therapy-based treatment methods, CBT deals with current problems, rather than focusing on issues from the past, and provides practical methods to improve a participant's state of mind.
cCBT, or computerized cognitive behavioral therapy, is a dynamic, technology-driven approach to CBT that allows users to develop skills and competencies that have a positive impact on their health, wellbeing and productivity.
BENEFITS TO EAP/MAP CLIENTS
MORE SUPPORT The platform bridges the gap between interventions, helps participants manage relapses and supports members with in-the-moment needs.
ACCESS AND UTILIZATION cCBT extends the impact range of the EAP/MAP for rural consumers and provides resources to members who may not have otherwise called the program.
CLINICAL OUTCOMES Evidence-based self-help resources with demonstrated improvement in clinical outcomes.
INCREMENTAL ENGAGEMENT CuraLinc's integrated approach drives additional engagement to (and awareness of) the EAP/MAP. 89% of cCBT participants had not previously used their EAP or MAP.
BENEFITS TO curalinc PARTNERS
FILL THE GAP cCBT allows service providers in different industries to fill the gap of mental health that may exist within their existing product suite.
TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION CuraLinc provides secure integration, including SSO, with the program's HIPAA-compliant web and mobile platform.
BRAND EQUITY Every component of the program, from the platform to the collateral toolkit, can be customized to suit a client's brand and identity.
COMMUNICATION TOOLKIT The cCBT communication toolkit includes a variety of customizable posters, flyers, wallet cards and brochures for the program.
MENTAL HEALTH CONSULTATION For prospective partners that want more than just the platform, but not the full EAP or MAP, CuraLinc offers an enhanced cCBT plan design option that includes unlimited telephonic, video and chat-based consultation from licensed and experienced mental health clinicians.
USER EXPERIENCE (UX)
UX, short for the 'User Experience', represents a product's ease of use, appeal and inherent consumer value. Given that UX is a vital component of any digital health product, CuraLinc’s cCBT platform was developed with a structure and care path that clearly defines short- and long-term objectives for every participant.
After creating a personal profile and watching a three-minute introductory video, users will complete a short emotional fitness survey. The results of this survey will map the participant to one of three categories: stress, anxiety or depression.
Participants are free to choose any module within the category. Modules consist of five short sessions, each of which can be completed in 10-15 minutes.
In between sessions, users can also participate in stress-reducing games, connect to an external library of mental health resources or access a toolkit of emotional health resources. In addition, CuraLinc will keep participants engaged throughout the treatment process through a combination of email reminders, motivations and push messages.