Why do an online eBook support your mental health?
eBooks do not require a referral or an assessment, and can be accessed anonymously online
eBooks are designed to help you learn practical and effective strategies anytime, anywhere
eBooks teach clinically proven techniques and have been shown to significantly reduce symptoms
Learn a step-by-step way of tackling feelings of stress, anxiety, and low mood with our clinically-proven online eBooks.
How it Works?
Discover proven step-by-step strategies for managing stress, anxiety and low mood.
Step 1 Choose
Select a eBook that is relevant to the difficulties you’ve been having or take our anonymous online test to see which eBook is for you.
Step 2 Download
Download your chosen eBook using the sign-up prompts on the screen. You can get instant access for $29 or speak with your clinician to enroll for free.
Step 3 Begin!
The most important step is to start! We know that our eBooks work, but you have to implement the strategies you learn to improve.
Making new rituals is hard work – it takes courage, commitment and practice.
Free Technology Contract
If the anxiety symptoms happen too often, are severe or start to impact our lives, then it is important to act.
The Anxiety eBook
It is normal to sometimes feel anxious. However, when you have social phobia, you have a constant fear of being judged by others or humiliated in front of them.
The Social Anxiety eBook
If your body is sending you signs that you’re ill, it’s normal to be concerned. Health anxiety is marked by the constant belief that you have a symptom or symptoms of a severe illness. You may become so consumed by worry that the distress becomes disabling.
The Health Anxiety eBook
The Panic Attack eBook
Panic attacks are very common, with up to 5 in every 100 Australians experiencing a panic attack at some stage in their life. During a panic episode, someone is overwhelmed and disabled by their physical symptoms.
The Teen Mental Health
“Half of all mental health conditions begin by the age of 14 years, with one in seven young people aged 4–17 years experiencing a mental health condition in any given year.”