Toolbox; Tests your-self, Mindfulness and online couple therapy

The psychologsts free online toolbox. Here you will find Mindfulness exercises, various common psychological tests of your mental health and a tool to check your partner match.

Tools are based on research and updated regularly to give you are more exact account.

Use the tests to keep track of the changes you are making and prevent relapse. We recommend testing every 3-4 weeks.


Test yourself and mental health

If you need an in depth explaination of your mental health check or just want to focus working on a change: we would like to try and help you.

You test results are anonymous and we are unable to react to any test results.


Stress, anxiety and depression are among the most common psychological challenges. The three concept are highly correlated; meaning the symptoms of one concept usually follows the others. In other words if you are stressed you are likely to also have symptoms of depression and anxiety.

When testing yourself for either concept it is therefore strongly recommended to test for the presence of symptoms pertaining to all three concepts. It helps you understand what symptom is the dominating factor.

The scales are scientifically developed and updated regularly.

Self-worth and sense of worthlessness

>Test your self-worth

A belief in being inferior or having low self-worth is very common. Use the test to see how you score relative to others.

The test is has two components helping you understand the extend to which your perceived “self-worth” is actually having an limiting impact on your life. It makes the test different and more compared with other tests.

Satisfaction with life is a general concept embracing your overall satisfaction with your life. Use the test and see if you relative to others are more or less satisfied with your life.

You may also want to use this test, when you are making changes in life and want to track the impact of the steps you make.

Psychological flexibility is a measure of how reactive you are towards unwanted thoughts and feelings. If you have a high degree of psychological flexibility you will be better at participating in many contexts of life without feelings and thoughts becoming barriers for what you want to do.

Psychological flexibility is also a measure used as an outcome measure in many modern forms of therapies; therapist helps the client learn to make room and space to unwanted psychological content.


Online therapy tool for couples

Partner match – are you a match

>Online therapy tool for couples

Are there themes that often explain break-ups?

Yes.! There seems to be areas of life that often get in the way of developing a healthy and loving relationship. We have captured the themes that statistically contribute to whether couples break-up or stay together and put them all in a simple exercise.

Are differences bad?

Although it is normal to have different opinions and desires it is the lack of understanding and dialogue that may contribute to unhelpful conflicts and crisis – and not the differences per se.

When you do the exercise it gives you  an opportunity to explore differences and similarities; and open up for a talk that potentially can help you vitalise your relationship and make it last.

What if I cannot accept the differences?

Sometimes the information can also assist you in clarifying differences that are so incompatible that neither you or your partner are willing to accept them. It gives both of you an opportunity to find an amicable solution.

How do I work on this with my partner?

By talking! We have collected a list of items for you to fill out with your partner. It gets a conversation started about topics that are sometimes difficult – and helpful – for a couple to talk about, if you want to withstand over time.

How to start the online couples therapy

Sit down with your partner and go through the exercises individually and then as a couple. It’s free and simple.


Free mindfulness exercises

Mindfulness is a form of non-judgemental  “awareness”. Our minds loves to analyse, evaluate and make sense of everything in and around us. Most of the time it is very helpful.

Sometimes we need a break. A break from being engaged with our thoughts and problem solving. Mindfulness exercises is a from of mental training exercises that teaches you to disengage with the content; to observe it instead of solving it.

Does it work?

Although most people find it frustrating to practice and find it hard to see the scientific rigor it is actually a very well researched form of mental health training. There are countless of published studies showing various forms of benefits ranging from increased performance at work, less stress, lower blood pressure, less anxiety, depression etc etc.

How do I get started?

You can start by using the online Mindfulness exercises you can access for free below. Most studies of the effects of Mindfulness training is over a period of 8 weeks where participants spend around 15-20min. daily. You can use apps and other exercises as well.


Contact English speaking psychologist

If you need an appointment with an English speaking psychologist or have questions please feel free to contact us below. When booking an appointment we will do our best to match you with a psychologist that is able to work with challenge you are facing. All enquires are answered within 24 hours.

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