Your FREE Mental Health Resources
Here are some online tools and mobile apps for your mental health and wellbeing developed and successfully tested through research trials that you can access anywhere at no cost.
Our Online Clinic is a free mental health assessment tool that has been created by leading clinicians and based on research.
It will take you through a range of clinical assessments for common mental health conditions. At the end you will receive a personalised report with suggested support services and free or low-cost resources for you to access.
A mental health tool that works around your schedule. It’s normal to feel fatigued or overwhelmed sometimes, and it’s important to find ways to manage that stress and worry at a pace that suits you.
myCompass is a free online tool that can help you identify unhelpful thoughts, feelings, and behaviours, and learn strategies to deal with them.
Sleep Ninja® is a free, evidence based smartphone app shown to be effective in helping young people with sleep problems.
Half of all mental illnesses start during early high school by 14 years. At this critical stage of development, 40% of young people will face significant sleep problems heightening their risk of anxiety or depression.
By addressing good quality sleep, we are setting up the foundations to promote emotional, social and physical wellbeing and academic performance, now and in the future.
Supporting someone else
It can be hard to know what to do when supporting someone with a mental health concern, condition or disorder. Friends, family and colleagues are a crucial and necessary support mechanism for someone going through a difficult time.
So it is important to know what to say and do when you’re worried someone you know may have a mental health issue or might be thinking about suicide.
Click here for more information on how you can help others and approach these difficult conversations.
You can also find some resources to share below:
Resources & support
If you or someone close to you is in distress or immediate danger dial 000 as soon as possible.
Some people may have suicidal thoughts when things are too hard and painful.
If you feel like life is no longer worth living, it’s really important to seek immediate help. With help, you can overcome these thoughts and stay safe.