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  People who use Beating the Blues benefit from 30 additional depression free days in the six months after treatment.

  Over 50% of people using the program state that they found the program more helpful than other treatments they had previously received.
Beating the Blues has been through many independent randomized controlled trials. The results of these trials, published in various peer-reviewed journals, demonstrate that Beating the Blues is an effective treatment for anxiety and depression, and is more helpful than medication treatment alone.

Our study showed that the effectiveness of Beating the Blues was independent of the severity of depression. People with sub-threshold depressive symptoms were also effectively treated. Beating the Blues has also been shown to be effective in treating depression in people with physical illness.

A full list of publications is available in the research summary section.