What's inside Sober One?

Every user's journey is normally based on the Transtheoretical Model by J. Prochaska and consists of 5 stages of behavior change. You will achieve your own goals if you will follow these stages consequently.
While you're in this stage there's nothing to do here. Just continue drinking, using drugs and you will find yourself in contemplation stage eventually.

At this stage you learn more facts, overcome ambivalent attitude to the problem, analyze your relationships with alcohol and look for motivation.

  • 5 Psychotherapy Tests
  • 1 book in summary
  • 47 articles and tasks
  • Drinking tracker
  • Therapy journal
  • Access to online community
  • Mentor feedback
  • Personal chat with Sober One psychologist

You do not need to quit drinking while you are going through this section. Even if you continue to drink, you will still analyze what's going on. That's part of the change process too.


A short, but very important section, that should not be skipped. Here you deal with internal and external obstacles, make a decision about the transition to sobriety and plan your next steps.

  • 20 articles and tasks
  • Developing an action plan
  • Creating a support group
  • Community support and mentors

Drinking alcohol during the preparation stage is also acceptable, but at this stage you will already choose a date to start sobriety.


This is where you begin to take actions. From this point and on drinking alcohol already equals a relapse. Quitting drinking is only the first step, the real goal of Sober One is to train how to live as comfortably as possible in sobriety.

  • 70 articles, tasks and exercises
  • Forming alternative habits
  • 10 skills for preventing a relapse
  • Community and mentor support
Relapse prevention

So important is this part of the program that we have made it a separate section. A breakdown is not a one-time event, not the moment a person drinks. It is a process that can last for several weeks and develop without the person's own notice. In this section, we have assembled a whole arsenal of tools that allow you to detect the approach of a breakdown and take action in time.

  • Diagnostic tests
  • 51 signs of a relapse
  • 10 skills to prevent a relapse
Emotional and cognitive regulation

Advanced skills for managing moods, emotions and thoughts, taken from modern psychotherapeutic methods that proved their efficiency in clinical studies. They do not directly related to addiction, but help to deal with anxiety, depression, intrusive thoughts, cognitive biases.

  • 3 skills for dealing with thinking and emotions
  • 9 lessons on cognitive distortions
  • Assignments and exercises for working with thinking