Resources For

Allied Health Professionals

Allied Health Practitioners, Mental Health and Primary Health Care Nurses
Resources and Training

The eMHPrac Project is an Australian Government initiative to promote the use of e-mental health resources among primary health care service providers across Australia.

The eMHPrac team at the Centre for Mental Health Research (CMHR) is providing e-mental health training and support specifically to primary health care service providers including:

  • community health workers
  • counsellors/psychotherapists
  • occupational therapists
  • peer support workers
  • mental health nurses
  • primary health care nurses
  • psychologists (including general, clinical, health, counselling)
  • social workers
  • other allied health workers

The eMHPrac CMHR team provides a range of e-mental health training opportunities for allied health, nurses and peer support workers, including face-to-face workshops, webinars, and online professional development training courses. The e-mental health training will introduce clinicians to new e-therapies and demonstrate how these tools and technologies can be integrated into their practice. The eMHPrac Exchange site is also a useful resrouce for practitioners with a range of features articles, printable brochures, webinar recordings and information on e-mental health.

Who do I contact?

eMHPrac Team

Centre for Mental Health Research,

The Australian National University

P: 02 6125 8411/8367



For further information and resources on e-mental health or to join our discussion forum, please visit the eMHPrac Exchange website.

For details on Allied Health and Nurse eMHPrac training, please see the eMHPrac Event calendar.