A growing list of free online resources relevant to applied psychology
Centre for Community Child Health: Articles and Papers
NSW Family and Community Services: Child Protection Research
Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists
Mental Health Professional's Network Webinar Library
National Institute for Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine Blog
ACBS Conference Videos
Material for Clients
Raising Children Network: 'We translate scientific evidence about parenting and raising children into everyday language for all Australian parents'
Centre for Clinical Interventions Modules: Self help modules for a variety of presentations.
Heads Up: 'Better mental health in the workplace'
Black Dog Institute Health Professional Resources
Head to Health: Government search engine for digital mental health resources (a bit messy to navigate)
Sane Research: 'Academic research can be hard to understand. SANE's Plain English research series translates important research into everyday language, to connect you with the latest information from the psychological field.'
Managing Everyday Behavioural Problems
Centre for Clinical Interventions Tipsheets: Handouts for a variety of presentations.
ASPECT Fact Sheets: For autism
Black Dog Institute Factsheets
Psychs4Schools Free Resources
SANE Facts and Guides
Calm Harm: 'Helps you manage the urge to self harm'
Headspace Meditation App: 'Learn to meditate with our free Basics pack, a 10-day beginner’s course that guides you through the essentials of meditation and mindfulness. It’ll give you a solid foundation to build your practice on'
Mindfulness Audio: Guided mindfulness and meditation recordings from the Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice
Smiling Mind: A free, Australian based app designed to make learning mindfulness accessible for all, with tailored programs available for different age groups.
Pacifica: An app with a number of different functions including mindfulness, relaxation, mood and progress tracking. CBT and mindfulness principles.
6 ACT Conversations: An audio program developed for RMIT university students using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.