LifeHub is an internet-based program that provides dynamic and proactive support for both the professional and personal needs of employees and their families. It contains a range of high quality health, wellness and work-life information, expert guidance, and self-help tools that address a variety of topics including: Career Skills, Stress, Emotional Health, Parenting, Relationships, Eating/Nutrition, Fitness, etc. It also includes an online goal setting and tracking system and a built-in online Heath Risk Appraisal.
If you are interested in accessing LifeHub, you can be directed to EFAP’s LifeHub registration page. You will be asked for the name of your employer (to ensure you are provided the correct access code) and for an email address (preferably non-identifying) so that we can seek your feedback about the service.
MoodGYM is an innovative, interactive web program designed to prevent depression. It consists of five modules, an interactive game, anxiety and depression assessments, downloadable relaxation audio, a workbook and feedback assessment. Using flashed diagrams and online exercises, MoodGYM teaches the principles of cognitive behaviour therapy – a proven treatment for depression. It also demonstrates the relationship between thoughts and emotions, and works through dealing with stress and relationship break-ups, as well as teaching relaxation and meditation techniques. https://moodgym.anu.edu.au/welcome
BlueBoard is an online community for people suffering from depression or anxiety, their friends and supporters, and for those who are concerned that they may have depression or anxiety and want some support. This online bulletin board is designed to enable people to reach out and both offer and receive help. In order to post messages you will first need to register with a made-up alias. https://blueboard.anu.edu.au/forumdisplay.php?s=ca617cfba4b52ff93487fe255d92ce70&f=13
E- couch is another creation by the developers of MoodGym. E-couch offers a self-help interactive program with modules for depression, generalized anxiety & worry, social anxiety, relationship breakdown, and loss & grief. It provides evidence-based information and teaches strategies drawn from cognitive, behavioural and interpersonal therapies as well as relaxation and physical activity.
Go Ask Alice
Go Ask Alice is a health Q&A Internet resource. It provides readers with reliable, accurate, accessible, culturally competent information and a range of thoughtful perspectives so that they can make responsible decisions concerning their health and well-being. Information provided by Go Ask Alice! is not medical advice and not meant to replace consultation with a health care professional.