Using jargon free tools such as the Rainbow Map will help you develop a whole brain and body way of noticing your symptoms earlier and more reliably.
This type of self-awareness opens up opportunities for you to access new and improved resources within and around you.
These resources help to reduce the intensity and duration of your symptoms, support a more rapid recovery and lead to improved mental strength.
Download the one page Rainbow Map and start using it to improve your ability to identify your symptoms earlier and activate resources that reduce their intensity and duration.
Spend 12 minutes watching this video which will get you started on using the Rainbow Map and other free resources on this website.
Access the resources on this website through the Menu in any sequence you wish or follow this step by step self-help approach yourself or with another person that you trust:
The Rainbow Map helps you develop a new type of self awareness so that you can notice your brain and body in therapeutically useful ways.
Learn how to use that new form of self-awareness to develop and activate resources that help to reduce the intensity and duration of your symptoms.
If you think you need additional help to reinforce your capacity to keep on reducing the intensity and duration of your symptoms.
Deepen your psychological strength by learning more about the fundamental drivers for human behaviour.
Step 5: Resilience 2
Read how a person who experienced anger, anxiety and depression used the Rainbow Map and the Reflective Mind and Reactive Brain Brain/Body Model to recover.
Watch Andrew Thomas, the UK based psychotherapist who developed the Rainbow Mapping suite of tools and concepts, give a short introduction to the Rainbow Map and this website.
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