About the Centre for Clinical Interventions (CCI)

The Centre for Clinical Interventions (CCI) is a specialist public mental health service of Western Australia that conducts clinically applied research, provides training and supervision for clinicians and delivers treatment to adults suffering from mood, anxiety and eating disorders.

As part of their service, the CCI has developed a number of free information sheets and workbooks for common psychological problems. Their resources focus on mood disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, and problems with assertiveness, procrastination, perfectionism, and low self-esteem.

All information sheets and workbooks are freely available from the CCI website.


Who are the CCI resources for?

Resources are intended for consumers and for mental health professionals working with people with mood, anxiety and eating disorders. The intended age group is predominantly adults, but about half of the consumers using the materials are aged between 16 and 30.


Is there a cost to use the CCI resources?

No.


How to access CCI's services

Consumers and mental health professionals can freely access and download the resources by visiting the CCI website.


CCI Research and Evaluation

All CCI's resources are based on current evidence-supported practice. The website modules are based on CCI's clinic programs which are continually being evaluated. CCI has published research on the effectiveness of these programs. A list of citations to CCI's publications can be found on their website.