eCliPSE is a free site that helps people with concerns about their mental health or alcohol and/or other drug use to access clinically proven online programs for these concerns. Use of eCliPSE is completely voluntary. It consists of self-help tools, factsheets, and intensive programs which target mental health and/or alcohol and other drug use issues such as depression and anxiety. The tools are interactive and include self-assessment, mood tracking, alcohol and other drug use monitoring, self-help tips, therapeutic modules (involving Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and mindfulness-based stress reduction, as well as Motivational Interviewing (MI) techniques). Users interact with eCliPSE via the internet on their mobile phones and/or their personal computers. The intensive programs that have been developed in Australia and that are available via eCliPSE include DEAL, SHADE, Crystal Clear, MyHeLP, FFSP, the Domestic Violence program, MoRe, become and inroads.
DEAL is an integrated treatment package specifically designed for young people aged 18–25 years with co-occurring DEpression and ALcohol use concerns (including binge drinking). DEAL consists of 4 modules that take around an hour each to complete. Ideally, the modules should be completed over a 4-week period. The CBT and MI techniques used in DEAL are designed to help manage both depression and alcohol use problems at the same time.
SHADE (Self-Help for Alcohol and other drug use and DEpression) is a web-delivered psychological treatment package for co-occurring depression and/or alcohol and other drug use problems. SHADE is comprised of 10 modules that aim to teach skills for managing low mood and gaining control over one's drinking and alcohol or other drug use. The program is based on CBT, MI and mindfulness-based stress reduction. The 10 modules are designed to be completed one week apart and in sequence from 1-10.
Crystal Clear is an online intervention, which uses MI and CBT methods to help people set and work towards goals regarding their ice use such as quitting completely, reducing drug use, and using in a less risky manner.
MyHeLP (My Healthy Lifestyle Program) is an innovative, evidence-based psychological treatment for improving physical health in people with mood, anxiety, or psychotic symptoms. The online MyHeLP program contains 5 modules with interactive components, including video demonstrations, voiceovers and in-session exercises. The modules are focussed on tobacco use, physical activity, healthy eating, healthy mood, and healthy sleep.
The Family and Friend Support Programs are a set of online interventions and support packages designed by experts to help families and friends supporting a loved one who may be using ice, alcohol and/or other drugs.
The Domestic Violence program is designed to provide people with information about how they can help support themselves, or a family member or friend, who may be experiencing some form of violence.
MoRe is a web-based and phone application program that has been designed to support people who have experienced depression and anxiety in their life. The program includes a mood monitor to allow users to track their mood over a period of time, and interactive modules that include specific strategies to address rumination and related metacognitions associated with worry and anxiety.
become is an online program underpinned by research and the importance of peoples' stories to support those who have experienced trauma in their life, and who use alcohol and other substances. become includes interactive modules that each contain new ideas, information or techniques for participants to consider and re-shape their own stories to gain help and feel less alone on a difficult journey.
inroads is a program developed for young adults with concerns about their anxiety and drinking. Over 5 online modules, the program will help you develop new skills to encourage you to think about your use of alcohol and overcome anxiety.