By Jesse H. Wright, M.D., Ph.D., Andrew S.
Wright, M.D., and Aaron T. Beck, M.D.
Good Days Ahead is the first computer program to combine the
power of interactive multimedia with scientifically tested therapy methods
for fighting depression and anxiety. This innovative self-help program gives
you practical tools for building self-esteem, controlling your moods, and
coping with stress. Good Days Ahead is full of
engaging videos and empowering self-help exercises. The program is
designed to help you tap your inner strengths to overcome your problems.
Written by leading experts, including Jesse H. Wright, M.D. (author of Getting Your Life Back: The Complete Guide
to Depression) and Aaron T. Beck,
M.D. winner of the Heinz Award and author of many acclaimed books including Cognitive
Therapy of Depression) this computer program brings you the best
self-help methods for depression in an easy-to-use, interactive format.
Features of Good
- Helps you take action now to solve problems and start feeling
- Teaches you how to change negative
thinking and become a more effective person
- Based on clinically proven methods from
- The most extensively tested non-drug
treatment for depression and anxiety.
- Measures your moods and keeps track of
- Highly realistic videos demonstrate ways
to overcome depression and anxiety
- Interactive exercises help you gain
skills in using the effective self-help methods of cognitive therapy
- Engaging and easy to use online format
What people are
saying about Good Days Ahead:
Thanks to the program, now I'm able to analyze negative thoughts and deal with them more
effectively. By moving easily through the software, I found what I consider
to be priceless information. I highly recommend this program to anyone who is
suffering from depression anxiety, or interested in improving their mind. It
gives you the tools you need to be a happier and more balanced person.
-- A User
An extraordinary advance. Engaging,
entertaining, instructive, and clearly useful. A cost-saving method that
deserves both acclaim and widespread use.
-- A. John Rush, M.D.
Betty Jo Hay Distinguished Chair
Department of Psychiatry
University of Texas Southwestern
It was fun. The most amazing of all was the
first time I recognized my automatic thoughts. I was shocked because I'd always had these thoughts, but all of a sudden they came alive
to me! I thought, "Wow, this stuff works!!"
-- A User
Professional Diagnosis and
Good Days Ahead is not
designed to substitute for professional diagnosis and treatment. Persons with
significant depression or anxiety should consult a doctor or other health
care provider for diagnosis and treatment. If you have suicidal thoughts, you
should see a doctor or therapist immediately