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When life gets tough, getting help doesn’t need to be. Access self-tests and treatment programs 24/7 on your mobile, tablet or desktop computer to better understand and tackle the challenges you face.
A mobile-based app designed for Australian adults to help monitor and manage their depression or anxiety discreetly.
Please consider the following questions and rate how true each one is in relation to how you have been feeling lately (i.e. over the last two weeks) compared to how you usually or normally feel.
Only if you answer ‘yes’ to the first three questions should you continue on with the checklist.
myCompass is free online, interactive self-help program. myCompass is designed to address mild to-moderate symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression through personalised treatments delivered entirely online.</p><p><a href="https://www.mycompass.org.au/"; target='_blank'><strong>Sign up with myCompass</strong></a></p>
SHUTi™ or Sleep Healthy Using the Internet, is an innovative, online program for adults with insomnia. Designed by researchers at the University of Virginia, SHUTi™ helps people with insomnia identify and change thoughts or behaviours that influence sleep patterns through engaging stories, quizzes and activities using a technique called cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT).
BITE BACK is the very first online positive psychology program designed to improve the overall wellbeing of young Australians between 13 and 16 years old. </p><p><a href="https://www.biteback.org.au/"; target='_blank'><strong>Visit BITE BACK website</strong></a></p>
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