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The MoodGYM Training Program / Mark III
Learn cognitive behaviour therapy skills
for preventing and coping with depression

Technical Requirements

Before using MoodGYM, please make sure that:

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Seeking immediate help?

In Australia contact Lifeline: 13 11 14 or Kids Helpline: 1800 551 800
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Donations: If you find MoodGYM useful, please consider making a donation to the ANU Centre for Mental Health Research to help us to continue to develop and deliver online self-help programs


Would you like to try something new?

e-couch is our newest online program for preventing and coping with depression, generalised anxiety disorder, and social anxiety disorder (and like MoodGYM it's free!).

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