e-hub Mental Health

e-hub develops and evaluates websites that deliver psycho-education and psychological interventions for common mental health problems. e-hub is located within the ANU Research School of Psychology.

Visit e-hub Assist for information about e-hub's online self-help programs, and how they can be used to help yourself or others.

e-hub online self-help

These programs are provided free of charge thanks to funding by the Australian Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing.

e-couch provides self-help modules for depression, general anxiety and social anxiety using strategies drawn from cognitive behavioural and interpersonal therapies, relaxation, and physical activity. e-couch also includes modules for separation and divorce, and loss and bereavement. ecouch.anu.edu.au

MoodGYM is an interactive self-help program for preventing and coping with depression and anxiety. MoodGYM teaches self-help skills drawn from cognitive behaviour therapy. moodgym.anu.edu.au

Bluepages provides information about treatments for depression based on the latest scientific evidence, as well as symptom quizzes and relaxation downloads, and links to other helpful resources. bluepages.anu.edu.au

Other sources of help include Lifeline: 13 11 14 and Kids Helpline: 1800 551 800

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Updated:  1 July 2016/ Responsible Officer:  Director RSP/ Page Contact:  e-hub Project Officer