How do I use the programs myself?
e-hub programs are free and available 24 hours a day,
7 days a week.
They were designed by leading researchers
in the field of online mental health, with input from consumers
and clinicians. Feedback from program users is also used
to continue improving the programs.
Information to help you choose the best help for your situation:
» BluePages: Information about depression including how it feels,
how it is diagnosed, the various kinds of help available and how to access them, and information about the
scientific evidence for different types of help.
» Beacon: Information about online treatment programs from around the world.
It includes programs for many mental health disorders as well as physical conditions.
'information only' stream: Information about
depression and anxiety disorders including how they
are diagnosed, where you can get help, and which treatments
Self-help skills training to help you prevent or manage symptoms:
» MoodGYM: Skills
training drawn from cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT)
for depression. Research has shown that it can also
be helpful for anxiety.
» e-couch full access: Skills training drawn from a range of
psychological therapies for depression and anxiety disorders, as well as coping strategies for people
experiencing divorce and grief.
Support from people experiencing similar difficulties:
» BlueBoard: An online peer support group for people aged 18 years and older.
BlueBoard includes forums for consumers and carers and for various types of disorders including depression, bipolar
disorder, anxiety and borderline personality disorder. The group has strict rules to enhance safety and is supervised by
e-hub moderators who have themselves experienced mental disorders.
You can start or stop using the programs at any time.