One therapy session lasts 50 minutes. That's not a lot of time when you consider that there are around 7,000 minutes of awake time between two therapy sessions, which can be used to transfer the therapy into everyday life.
Our intelligent algorithm helps you to individualize your therapy plan. Find out how elona therapy can help you intensify your therapy in everyday life.
For more information on how elona therapy can help you during your therapy, click here.
Day of your appointment
On the day of your therapy session, the focus is on your session: elona therapy reminds you of your appointment and shows you all the exercises you have completed during the week.
The day after your therapy session you will have the opportunity to reflect on your past session and give feedback to your therapist.
Complete an exercise that builds on the content of your previous session.
Today, your daily task consists of a short checkup. Why not take some time for yourself afterwards?
Repeat an exercise you worked on some time ago to understand your depression or anxiety disorder even better.
Maybe elona therapy suggests that you plan an activity today. You can then evaluate how your mood has developed.
Day before the meeting
Look at all the exercises you have worked on this week and write down questions or thoughts for the next session.
More features of elona therapy
Record questions and thoughts and be reminded of them by elona therapy before the next therapy session.
Mark exercises that are particularly helpful for you as favourites so that you can already start on your relapse prevention at an early stage.
Learn important terms of psychotherapy to get a better understanding of the treatment methods.
You can find all the exercises you have worked on in the journal so that you can read, reflect or comment on them.
Get insights into the development of your mood and which activities influence your mood.
When you're not feeling well, elona therapy reminds you of basic resources that support you.
Which clinical conditions can be treated with elona therapy
(ICD-10: F32.x, F33.x, F34.x)
In the depression module you will look at the development and maintenance of your depression, the role of activities in your behavior, your thinking traps and automatic thoughts, your emotions and the role of social relationships.
The focus is on exercises and techniques that will help you deal with your depression. elona therapy will help you practice and use them regularly.
(ICD-10: F40.x, F41.x, F45.2)
In the module Anxiety & Panic you can gain and deepen background knowledge about different anxiety disorders. Through exercises, you will become familiar with the role of thoughts and emotions in anxiety disorders and work through them for your anxiety.
Further exercises on exposure and an accepting attitude can help you to find and practice a different way of dealing with your anxiety.
- Schizophrenia, schizotypal and delusional disorders (F32.-, F33.-, F34.-)
- Manic episode (ICD-10: F30)
- Bipolar affective disorder with hypomanic or manic episodes (ICD-10: F31.1, F31.2, F31.5, F31.6, F31.8, F31.9)
- Depressive episode with psychotic symptoms (ICD-10: F32.3, F33.3)
- Acute suicidal risk