Following below are some resources that have been referenced in the development of this website.
Books and Publications
e-Therapy: Case studies, guiding principles, and the clinical potential of the Internet. Hsiung, Robert C.; 2002. New York , NY , US : W. W. Norton & Co, Inc. xxv, 227 pp. [Edited Book]
Ethical and legal issues in e-mail therapy. Akister, Jane; Journal of Family Therapy, Vol 25(3), Aug 2003. pp. 310. [Peer Reviewed Journal]
Online counselling services in Australia – the challenges of a new vehicle for an old art. Gedge, Renee; Monash University , 2002. email@example.com [conference paper, available online, printed 20/02/2003]
Technology in counseling and psychotherapy : a practitioner’s guide. Goss, Stephen and Anthony, Kate; 2003. New York , NY , US : Palgrave Macmillan. [Edited Book]
The nature, scope, and ethics of psychologists’ e-therapy Web sites: What consumers find when surfing the Web. Heinlen, Kathleen T.; Welfel, Elizabeth Reynolds; Richmond , Elizabeth N.; Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, Vol 40(1-2), Spr-Sum 2003. pp. 112-124. [Peer Reviewed Journal]
Websites and online articles
Online Counsellors – http://www.onlinecounsellors.co.uk
UK published research articles on online therapeutic relationships and implications for practitioners. Research, training, and consultancy services available online and offline from Kate Anthony, MSc.
NetPsychology – Exploring the Online Delivery of Mental Health Services – http://netpsych.com/ NetPsychology explores the uses of the Internet to deliver Psychological and Healthcare Services with focus exclusively on online resources.
Emergency Contact List
Kids Help Line: 1800 55 1800
Lifeline: 13 11 14
Domestic Violence Crisis Line: 1800 65 64 63
Australian Emergency Services: 000
(Police, Fire, Ambulance)
For other options, please visit https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/mental-health-helplines