Expertly designed digital programmes for everyone
Created to meet the unique needs of our customers, we have developed specialised online mental health and wellbeing programmes for adults, students, and children and young people. Helping to address needs across all acuities from depression and anxiety, to stress, diabetes, and substance use.
Our clinically proven programmes are accessible 24/7 from a user’s preferred device: desktop, tablet, or mobile.
Helping participants create positive changes that allow them to reduce stress and increase resilience through various techniques drawn from Positive Psychology.
Helping participants better understand and manage their mental health symptoms.
Supporting the mental health impact of living with a long-term condition.
Supporting the mental health impact of living with a long-term condition.
- Chronic Pain
- COPD & Lung Conditions
Supporting the mental health and wellbeing of new parents, children, teens, and their caregivers.
A comprehensive array of digital health tools empowering providers to enhance the patient care experience.
- Interactive tools
- Skill-building activities
- Engaging videos
- Compelling content.
Modules highlight honest and relatable user success stories. Proven interactive tools include a personal journal, mood monitor, quizzes, breathing and meditation exercises, and more.
More useful content
Explore our content library and find the tools and resources to improve your population’s wellbeing and mental health. Your one-stop-shop to digital mental health resources - from podcasts to our latest case studies and white papers
Programme Guide: Mental Health, Wellbeing, Chronic Conditions and Children & Young People
As the leading global provider of evidence-based digital mental health solutions supporting almost 1 million lives, our programs provide organisations with a smart, measurable, and modern way to invest in the health and happiness of their people through the use of internet-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (iCBT).Download Now
Podcast: EP17 Money Worries with Dr Thomas Richardson
In the latest #CBTALKS episode, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology Dr Tom Richardson joins Dr Jorge Palacios, Senior Digital Health Scientist at SilverCloud Health to discuss the challenges of financial pressures and mental health.Download Now
Taking Care of Your Family from the Inside Out
When low mood and anxiety enter the family dynamic the overall costs can be high – both emotionally and financially. Families may struggle to support each other, leading to caregiver burnout or further distress in the family unit. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), caregivers spend close to 32 hours a week – beyond typical care hours and routines - providing care to family members struggling with their mental health.Download Now
Health Systems Playbook: Reshaping the mental health pathway with digital solutions
Mental health services were already stretched before the pandemic. But now the crisis in care has intensified – the pressures on mental health services and the people who deliver them are unprecedented and unsustainable.Download Now
Podcast: EP13 Exploring our Relationship with Substances with Josh Connolly
Josh Connolly joins us to talk about his journey with addiction and how we can explore our own relationship with alcohol.Download Now
Case Study: How Carlisle Eden Mind Educates, Supports and Encourages Children and Young People by Using SilverCloud
Carlisle Eden Mind has been delivering mental health services for over 25 years. Over that time, they have seen the demand for children and young people’s services increase significantly, including during the COVID pandemic.Download Now
Podcast: EP11 The Role of Mental Health in Perinatal Care
This episode explores the importance of addressing perinatal mental illness and helps shed some light on a more obscure topic in the mental health arena.Download Now
Employer Guide: Benefits of Digital Mental Health Solutions to Support Employee Wellbeing
Mental health pressures in the workplace have been growing in prevalence for many years, and the pandemic has placed them underan even brighter spotlight. It’s an opportune time for employers to review their workplace culture and wellbeing provision – and to look for innovative, flexible ways to bolster employee mental health. As Rebecca George OBE, Deloitte’s vice-chair and public sector leader said: “As our ways of working evolve, so do expectations of employers about how we should support our people.”Download Now
Designing effective online mental health programmes for children and young people
Mental health problems such as anxiety and depression for children and young people are on the rise. Even prior to COVID-19, studies were reporting large increases in a range of mental health problems over the last decade.Learn More
Introducing our Newest Programme – Space from Drug Use
According to the 2021 World Drug Report published by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), nearly 5.5% of the world’s population, ages 15 to 64 have used drugs in the preceding year.Learn More
How do you solve a problem like engagement?
When it comes to digital mental health interventions, user engagement has been an area of focus since the birth of the field, and it is likely to always be a topic of concern. The simple fact is that it is hard to get people to engage with any mental health intervention; digital solutions are no exception.Learn More
Space from Money Worries Shows Promise for Tackling Link Between Financial Difficulties and Poor Mental Health
A study examining the acceptability and initial effectiveness of Space from Money Worries was recently published in the scientific journal Frontiers in Public Health. In this blog, we explore the psychological links between financial difficulties and mental health and how our Space from Money Worries iCBT program shows promise for tackling these issues.Learn More
Design Ethics for Mental Health: How and Why We Avoid Dark Patterns | SilverCloud Health
Over the past decade, digital mental health treatments have been steadily on the rise to address the gaps in access to traditional methods of care.Learn More
Space for Sleep, SilverCloud Health’s program for insomnia shows promise for creating an escape from sleepless nights and making room for restorative sleep.
Most of us have experienced issues with sleep at various times in our lives.Learn More
Developing Product Principles for Digital Mental Health | SilverCloud Health
Designing digital mental health solutions is a delicate art, wrought with difficult decisions.Learn More
User Research in Mental Healthcare
The first lesson for a user experience designer is to go out and talk to your users. But what if your users aren’t easy to access? Or the subject is a person’s mental health? In the last few years, there has been a lot of awareness-raising around mental health, encouraging people to talk and be open about their experiences.Learn More
Unique programmes that can support children and young people’s mental health – and their families
In 2017, one in nine children and young people (CYP) aged 5-19 had a probable mental health disorder. By 2020, this had risen to one in six, fuelled in part by the Covid-19 pandemic, which has placed huge burdens and impacts on children and young people’s mental health.Learn More