How can this course help me?
- I’m constantly triggered and need tools to handle it differently
- I’m consumed by my fertility worries and have no mind space for anything else
- I’m sad and tired, and need some change
- I want to re-gain control over my life
- I just received a negative result and need a mindset boost
Talked about in
8 evidence-based modules
Lasting change requires daily practice, so you get a mix of exercises, reflections, SOS-tools and check-ins.
- Gaining a deeper understanding of your emotional well-being
- Staying present to reduce worrying
- Managing emotional triggers
- Finding acceptance
- Practicing self-compassion
- Finding direction (beyond a baby)
- Writing YOUR story
- Reflecting on your progress
- 8 modules, 17 interactive exercises - Lifetime access
- Included: 1 month premium app membership
Launch offer: $45.99 ($94.99)
US price. Check your app marketplace for regional pricing.
Create YOUR toolbox
- We recommend finishing a module per week - over 8 consecutive weeks…
- …but you have full flexibility to adapt the pace to your life.
- Throughout the course, you can save your favourite tools to use whenever you need them.
Understand your progress
- We use the scientifically based assessment tool FertiQoL to help you gain a deeper understanding of your well-being.
- Understand what your main pain points are.
- Progress is a strong motivator, so we help you assess how you’re improving.
Share with like-minded
- Supportive social interactions have been proven to reduce stress and improve well-being.
- Share thoughts and insights with other members throughout the course.
- Always find a safe space for support in Tilly’s community.
It`s possible to break the pattern of overwhelming anxiety, draining sorrow and having to avoid triggering situations.
Always based on research
At Tilly we believe in science. Tools that can help us through difficult times luckily already exist, but our psychologists have adapted them for the unique challenge that infertility and loss is.
All the facts and exercises in the course (and the order you do them in) have been proven effective in peer-reviewed scientific research literature. Our interventions are based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT), and the Fertility Quality of Life (FertiQol) Tool.
- Boivin, J, Takefman, J, Braverman, A. (2011). Development and preliminary validation of the fertility quality of life (FertiQoL) tool. Human Reproduction, 26(8), 2084–2091.
- Brown, M., Glendenning, A. C., Hoon, A. E., & John, A. (2016). Effectiveness of web-delivered acceptance and commitment therapy in relation to mental health and well-being: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of medical Internet research, 18(8), e6200.
- Heber, E., Ebert, D. D., Lehr, D., Cuijpers, P., Berking, M., Nobis, S., & Riper, H. (2017). The benefit of web-and computer-based interventions for stress: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of medical Internet research, 19(2), e5774.
- Hersen, M. E., & Sledge, W. E. (2002). Encyclopedia of psychotherapy, Vol. 1: AH. Academic Press.
- Hersen, M. E., & Sledge, W. E. (2002). Encyclopedia of psychotherapy, Vol. 2: IZ. Academic Press.
- Hayes, S. C. (2004). Acceptance and commitment therapy, relational frame theory, and the third wave of behavioral and cognitive therapies. Behavior therapy, 35(4), 639-665.
- Hayes, S. C., & Strosahl, K. D. (2005). A practical guide to acceptance and commitment therapy. Springer Science + Business Media.
- Li, J., Long, L., Liu, Y., He, W., & Li, M. (2016). Effects of a mindfulness-based intervention on fertility quality of life and pregnancy rates among women subjected to first in vitro fertilization treatment. Behaviour research and therapy, 77, 96-104.
- Peterson, B. D., & Eifert, G. H. (2011). Using acceptance and commitment therapy to treat infertility stress. Cognitive and behavioral practice, 18(4), 577-587.
- Raad, G., Tanios, J., Azoury, J., Daher, A., Fakih, C., & Bakos, H. W. (2021). Neurophysiology of cognitive behavioural therapy, deep breathing and progressive muscle relaxation used in conjunction with ART treatments: a narrative review. Human Reproduction Update, 27(2), 324-338.
- Andrews, G., Cuijpers, P., Craske, M. G., McEvoy, P., & Titov, N. (2010). Computer therapy for the anxiety and depressive disorders is effective, acceptable and practical health care: a meta-analysis. PloS one, 5(10), e13196. https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0013196
Who is the course for?
You may have struggled for years or maybe you´re just getting started but still feel overwhelmed. You may have just experienced loss or still struggle with one that happened in the past.
Our course can help you understand what YOU need, as well as what further support you may have to seek.
- Stress & Anxiety
- Secondary infertility
You are not alone.
76% report anxiety
56% report depression