is based on the Five Areas self-care program that was developed in the United Kingdom and has since been implemented in several countries. Here are some scientific articles demonstrating the effectiveness of the program:
Williams, C., Wilson, P., Morrison, J., McMahon, A., Walker, A., Allan, L., McConnachie, A., McNeill, Y. et Tansey, L. (2013). Guided self-help cognitive behavioural therapy for depression in primary care: a randomised controlled trial.
Public Library of Science - PLoS One, 8 (1): e52735.
Lau, M.A. et Davis, S. (2019). Evaluation of a cognitive behavior therapy program for BC primary care patients with mild to moderate depression with or without anxiety: Bounce Back, 2008–2014.
British-Columbia Medical Journal, 61 (1) : p. 25-32.
Nguyen, P., Heisey, R., Quenneville, C., Goulbourne, E., Khan, R., Rinaldo, E., Chagigiorgis, H., Shields, R. et Townsley, C. (2022). An examination of depression, anxiety, and fear of recurrence among cancer survivors who participated in a virtual cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)-based telephone coaching program.
Supportive care in cancer : official journal of the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer, 30 (9): p. 7323–7332.