What does ‘evidence-based’ mean?

What does ‘evidence-based’ mean?

‘Evidence-based practice is the integration of the best available research with clinical expertise in the context of patient characteristics, culture and preferences’ (American Psychological Association)

Basically what this means is that our programme was developed  – and continues to be updated – based on the very latest research studies into mental health and other associated subjects.  Whenever a new study is published,  we compare and contrast the findings relation to (a) previous studies, and (b) our own two studies.  As an example, various studies demonstrate that building and maintaining an ‘internal locus of control’ has a significant positive on health, self-confidence and positivity, so we have techniques within the programme to help you become more ‘internal’.

All of the insights and techniques within the programme have been scrutinised and tested by the thousands of people who have already been through it, and we are committed to undertaking  more research of our own in order to validate the anecdotal evidence we already have for the efficacy of the programme.

More information about some of the research we as our evidence-base, can be found here