What other resources are available for practitioners?

eMHPrac Exchange is an online space for mental health workers and other allied health practitioners, nurses and peer workers to:

  • Learn more about high quality Australian e-mental health resources
  • Share ways of working with e-mental health resources

eMHPrac Exchange is hosted by CMHR at ANU, and features:

  • An open section with articles on e-mental health resources
  • A members’ only section (free to join!), where you can share your experiences about using e-mental health with like-minded colleagues.

Take a look or join here.


e-Mental Health Resources for Primary Health Care - printable brochure

For a brief overview of key e-mental health resources in Australia, you may be interested in the eMH brochure: e-Mental health resources for primary health care. This brochure is also referred to in the webinar “Navigating the e-Mental Health web: An introduction to online resources for primary health care providers”.






e-Mental Health Services Road Map

Provides a map of key e-mental health programs with active links to eMH websites. Print it or check out the links!





e-Mental Health Resources for Young People

For a brief overview of key e-mental health resources for young people in Australia, you may be interested in this eMH brochure: e-Mental health resources for young people.






e-Mental Health Resource Guide for Practitioners

 A comprehensive e-mental health resource guide is also available for practitioners.
 It contains sections according to diagnosis, specialist target group and delivery





e-Mental Health in Practice - Overview

Provides an overview of the eMHPrac project. You can also find more eMH information on the project's main website:







For more information on how to incorporate eMH resources with existing practice, please see a recent article by Reynolds et al., 2015 (“Clinical Practice Models for the Use of E-Mental Health Resources in Primary Health Care by Health Professionals and Peer Workers: A Conceptual Framework”).

This article describes 5 clinical practice models:  
(1) guiding service users to safe and effective online websites and tools (through brief discussion, printed materials, and/or links on our service website);  
(2) incorporating online referrals into case management;
(3) coaching clients/patients as they work through online programs;  and
(4) & (5) extending the impact of psychological therapies by using online resources as an adjunct to symptom-focused interventions and comprehensive therapy.

Updated:  27 June 2017/Responsible Officer:  Director, CMHR/Page Contact:  Web Admin, CMHR