• e-MH resources for people with physical health conditions



    ANUís portal Beacon provides reviews for mental health and a number of physical health conditions.

    Key Australian programs for physical health conditions include:


    Resources for people with brain injury or epilepsy

    Beacon has some reviews of programs specifically developed and evaluated for use with people who have Traumatic Brain Injury or Epilepsy.

    The eCentre Clinic develops and tests new online courses for mental and physical health problems. It is currently taking registrations for a new course for people experiencing Epilepsy. Find out more and enrol for courses at the eCentre Clinic.

    The MoodGYM program has been evaluated for use in tackling depression with people who have Traumatic Brain Injury, see here.


    Resources for people experiencing persistent pain

    For programs about pain that have been reviewed by Beacon go here.

    The eCentre Clinic develops and tests new courses for physical and mental health conditions. The Clinic is currently trialling a number of courses for chronic physical conditions including chronic pain and spinal cord injury pain. Find out more and enrol for courses at the eCentre Clinic.

    A recent study found that people with fibromyalgia reported reduced tender points after using the MoodGYM program and being given psycho-educational information about fibromyalgia, see here.


    Resources for people experiencing GastroIntestinal Disorders

    The eCentre Clinic develops and tests new online courses for mental and physical health problems. It is currently taking registrations for a new course for people experiencing GI Disorders. Find out more and enrol for courses at the eCentre Clinic.


    Resources for people with Diabetes

    To see websites reviewed by Beacon go here.
    QUT's OnTrack self-help site includes a free online program for managing Diabetes and emotions see here .


    Resources for people with Health Anxiety

    The Western Australian Government's Centre for Clinical Interventions has a free self-help resource for health anxiety.

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