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Mastering Generalised Anxiety

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By THIS WAY UP

Mastering Generalised Anxiety is an app developed by the team at THIS WAY UP from UNSW at St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney. It is designed to lessen the symptoms of generalised anxiety disorder (GAD).

Based on the proven and effective iCBT courses from THIS WAY UP designed to treat anxiety and depression disorders, this app provides illustration-based lessons, downloadable resources, wellbeing tracking and tools to help you feel better.

Mastering Generalised Anxiety by THIS WAY UP

Mastering Generalised Anxiety is available from the Google Play Store and Apple iOS store for $59.99.

This app is provided by one of Healthdirect Australia's trusted information partners. Please consider if this app is appropriate for your own individual circumstances. There may be costs to use the app or it may be free. You may also be charged for data from your telecommunications provider. For 24-hour health advice call healthdirect - 1800 022 222 or if you need help now these emergency and crisis helplines can provide immediate support.

Last reviewed: August 2016

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