SAN DIEGO, July 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- SelfHelpWorks, a company specializing in cognitive behavioral training, has long touted the benefits of its method, which is derived from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). The results of a recent NIH study is further evidence of the true benefits of their methodology.
The SelfHelpWorks Approach
Companies around the globe turn to SelfHelpWorks for engaging online behavioral training courses that improve workforce health. The science behind their coursework, derived from Cognitive Behavioral therapy (CBT), is solid. It's designed to help eliminate costly tough-to-break habits such as unhealthy eating, smoking, exercise avoidance and chronic stress, and create lasting behavioral change.
"We don't offer a typical online coaching program. It's not just about education or behavior modification with us. We utilize an evidence-based cognitive behavioral training process that maximizes ongoing engagement and transforms the core mindset. This in turn promotes natural, lasting behavior change," said SelfHelpWorks founder, Louis Ryan.
The continual feedback received from participants about their success with the SelfHelpWorks courses is probably enough for most people, but the scientific evidence that this method truly works also continues to stack up.
NIH Published Results
A recent study published by the National Institute of Health (NIH) found that in a randomized controlled trial, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy along with web-based homework for the course actually improved work performance. It also found that the program could enhance employee cognitive flexibility.
"These results are proof of what we've known all along," said Ryan. "The right cognitive intervention improves behavior and therefore performance, and that's exactly what we're offering."
SelfHelpWorks clearly offers evidence-based results for any employer look for real change today, and will continue to do so for companies across the globe.
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