The Online Therapy Unit is open and is not currently experiencing service delays related to COVID-19. For a few mental health tips related to COVID-19 click here.
We understand navigating through these uncertain times can be hard and distressing. We’re here to help. Please visit: Mental Health Tips related to COVID-19 or 11 Tips for Maintaining Your Wellbeing for Frontline Workers to help with coping during the pandemic.
We offer adults free Online Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for a number of mental health concerns. Online Cognitive Behaviour Therapy involves reviewing educational material online with the support of a therapist or a guide. The approach is found to be effective and is a convenient way to receive care.
Online courses that help people with thoughts, behaviours and physical symptoms of depression and anxiety. Currently we are offering the Wellbeing Course for Mental Health and the UniWellbeing Course for Post-Secondary Students.
The Alcohol Change Course aims to provide good education and guidance for people who want to make changes to their drinking habits. The course is completely free of charge. The course helps people to manage thoughts, behaviours and physical symptoms related to their alcohol use. Research shows that these skills help people improve their confidence and meet their goal related to their drinking.
The Chronic Health Conditions Course aims to provide good education and guidance on simple but effective cognitive behavioural techniques for managing symptoms often experienced by those with chronic health conditions, including chronic pain. The course helps people with thoughts, behaviours, and physical symptoms related to chronic health conditions, depression, and anxiety. Research shows that it helps people gain control over their symptoms, improve their confidence, and get back to living a full, satisfying life.
ConvenientNo need to create appointments
PrivateWork on materials from the comforts of your own home
Based on EvidenceResearch conducted by the Online Therapy Unit, eCentre Clinic, and MindSpot show that these online therapy courses help people to better cope with their symptoms.
FreeCourses are offered to the public free of charge as part research funded by our various partners