Resource LibraryExplore resource library
eMHPrac provides a range of resources including brochures, factsheets, videos, webinars, modules, and more, including our popular Guide to Digital Mental Health Resources. Explore our online library to learn about digital mental health resources and how to use them.
Have a look through our directoryExplore directory
eMHPrac has compiled a directory of Australian, evidence-based, free (or low-cost), publicly funded digital mental health programs and resources, ranging from apps, to crisis helplines, to self-guided online programs. Explore our directory to learn about the incredible range of digital support available for Australians.
Head to HealthVisit Head to Health Website
Head to Health is a national mental health website launched by the Australian Government in October 2017. It connects Australians to evidence-based and peer-reviewed online resources from some of Australia’s most trusted mental health organisations. This includes apps, online programs, online forums, and phone services, as well as a range of digital information resources.
WellMobVisit WellMob Website
WellMob is a new website that brings together online wellbeing resources for Our Mob. WellMob was developed nationally under the guidance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community health workers. The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet partnered with eMHPrac to develop the website. It was funded by the Australian Department of Health.
eMHPrac offers a range of online and face-to-face training opportunities, including webinars, conference workshops and presentations. We encourage you to explore our resources library and check in regularly for new materials.
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Join the communityLearn more about us Black Dog Community of Practice
Join the eMHPrac community by following us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn, and join the conversation about digital mental health!
For those wanting even further peer support in this space, the Black Dog Community of Practice is an online community of practice open to all GP’s and other practitioners with an interest in mental health generally and digital mental health resources particularly. It consists of a blog and forum where practitioners can discuss mental health issues with their peers and subject matter experts.