With CHARLY, deployed forces learn self-help skills to cope with acute stress reactions and therefore increase their psychosocial resilience efficiently and sustainably.
Optimise and improve the effectiveness of mission preparation
Reduce the risk of stress-related illnesses (e.g. anxiety and panic disorders, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, psychosomatic complaints)
Preventive measure also to maintain the health of emergency personnel
In the interactive and sensor-based setting, participants do not only learn on a cognitive level. They also benefit from individual behavioural training through self-awareness and interactive experimentation with self-management methods.