The e-hub research and development group is based at the Australian National University and provides free and anonymous online mental health services that are rigorously researched and based on the best available scientific evidence. They can be used as self-help programs or as adjuncts to other forms of therapy. All programs are anonymous, available 24/7 and free of charge.
Comprehensive, evidence-based information about depression and its treatment (including medical, psychological and alternative therapies). BluePages also includes interactive depression and anxiety quizzes, descriptions of the experience and symptoms of depression, a relaxation download, and extensive resources for help.
A popular interactive program which teaches cognitive-behaviour therapy skills for preventing and coping with depression. MoodGYM has been extensively researched and its effectiveness has been demonstrated in randomised controlled trials.
e-hub’s latest interactive self-help program includes modules for social anxiety, generalised anxiety and depression. It provides skills training drawn from cognitive, behavioural and interpersonal therapies as well as relaxation and exercise.
Provides consumers and professionals with information about e-health online applications for mental health and physical health disorders. Websites throughout the world are reviewed and ranked by a panel of health experts. Consumers can also submit rankings and comments.
dNet is a resource for information for people living with depression – help to access professionals, treatments, tools, etc throughout Australia, as well as peer support on their forums.
Life in Mind (Suicide Prevention)
Life in Mind is a national gateway connecting Australian suicide prevention services to each other and the community.
Life in Mind links policy to practice, communities to help-seeking and practitioners to best practice, with the aim of better supporting the sector and the community to respond to and communicate about suicide and its impacts.
The Centre for Clinical Interventions (CCI) is a public mental health service in Western Australia. Their website has a range of free, evidence-based resources written by expert clinical psychologists to help consumers and healthcare professionals understand and manage mental health problems and related issues such as depression, bipolar, social anxiety, panic, self-esteem, procrastination, perfectionism, and eating disorders.
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