Resources for Clinicians

Clinician Resources

Access a range of digital mental health resources to use in your clinical practice, for free! 

Evidence-Based Resources for You and Your Clients

At THIS WAY UP, we hope to make effective mental health resources accessible to the general public. So, we’ve made it free for health professionals to access our platform. Our most popular clinical resources are featured below, or sign-up with a clinician account to access the full range.

The Clinician Dashboard

As a THIS WAY UP Clinician, you’ll have access to The Clinician Dashboard, home to a comprehensive suite of information and resources. Click on the icons below for more information and to preview the resources. 

An accredited CPD course for clinicians using iCBT in clinical practice

For overcoming common challenges in using iCBT in clinical practice

To increase your clients’ knowledge and confidence

Preview our full range of patient courses

Step-by-step exercises for practising CBT skills

Progress Tracker

Track patient progress and change in symptoms

learn more on how to deliver iCBT 

The iCBT Foundations Course

This course has been purpose designed – for clinicians, by clinicians – to give you a foundational understanding of using internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy (iCBT) in clinical practice. Through this course, you will learn about the cognitive behavioural model of emotional wellbeing and strategies that clients can use to manage the symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression.

Looking for Accredited Professional Development (PDP) or Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours? The iCBT Foundations for Clinicians course is accredited by the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) as an approved educational activity valued at 6 hours of PDP.

How-to videos

See How Our Clinicians Use iCBT

Our suite of How-To Videos is designed to guide you through using online mental health interventions in your clinical practice. Our videos will cover a range of topics, from how to prescribe a course to troubleshooting exposure therapy to examples of mindfulness techniques.

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Getting Your Client Started

Our Clinical Director, Dr Mike Millard, will take you through a few easy steps to get your patient or client registered with THIS WAY UP and then started on a iCBT course. 

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Supervising Your Client

Clinical psychologist, Amanda Sie, covers how to introduce and supervise a patient through a THIS WAY UP course. Watch to see how our digital mental health interventions can fit within your scope of practice.

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How-To Guides for Clinicians

THIS WAY UP’s iCBT courses can be used in a variety of ways in your practice to enhance clinical outcomes. These include assisting with waitlist management, alongside other interventions, enhancing telehealth and/or in-person sessions, and even as a relapse prevention tool. 

Find our How-To Guides below for handy and easy-to-follow printouts.


Using iCBT to support patients on a waitlist.

This resource provides a few options on how to introduce and recommend an iCBT course for clients who are currently on a waitlist.

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Integrating THIS WAY UP into your routine clinical care

This resource provides step-by-step instructions on how to get your patient started and ways to supervise their progress through their course. 

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Understanding the differences between internet-delivered CBT (iCBT) and CBT.

It is helpful to discuss the pros and cons of face-to-face CBT and iCBT. This can empower your client to make an decision best-suited to their needs. 

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Preview Our Courses

We understand that it can be difficult recommending a course to your client if you aren’t yet familiar with it. If you’d like to preview the first lesson of any course, head to your Clinician Dashboard and select ‘Preview Courses’. Once your client has enrolled in a course, you will also have complete access to all course material. 

Disorder-Specific Courses

Disorder-Specific Courses

The Depression Course

The Worry Course

The Social Anxiety Course

The Panic Attacks Course

The Health Anxiety Course

The OCD Course

The Post-Traumatic Stress Course

The Chronic Pain Course

Transdiagnostic Courses

Transdiagnostic Courses

The Mixed Depression & Anxiety Course

The Mindfulness-Based CBT Course

The Perinatal Mental Health Course

The Teen Mental Health Course

Wellbeing Courses

Wellbeing Courses

Coping with Stress Course

Managing Insomnia Course

Intro to Mindfulness Course

Student Wellbeing Course

Generalised Course

Learn a step-by-step way of tackling feelings of anxiety and low mood using mindfulness and cognitive-behavioural skills.

The Resilience Course

This 6-lesson course is about helping you tackle feelings of persistent anxiety, nervousness, low motivation, and low mood, and learn helpful behaviours to stay well.

This course is for people whose feelings of anxiety or low mood are significantly impacting their day to day life.

It may be especially helpful if you have been previously diagnosed with Anxiety and Depression.

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Social Anxiety Course

Learn a step-by-step way of tackling anxiety in social situations and fears of embarrassment and negative evaluation by others.

The Social Anxiety Course

This 6-lesson course is about helping you tackle feelings of persistent anxiety, nervousness, low motivation, and low mood, and learn helpful behaviours to stay well.

This course is for people whose feelings of anxiety or low mood are significantly impacting their day to day life.

It may be especially helpful if you have been previously diagnosed with Anxiety and Depression.

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Depression Course

Learn a step-by-step way of tackling feelings of depression and low mood using cognitive-behavioural skills.

The Depression Course

This 6-lesson course is about helping you tackle feelings of persistent anxiety, nervousness, low motivation, and low mood, and learn helpful behaviours to stay well.

This course is for people whose feelings of anxiety or low mood are significantly impacting their day to day life.

It may be especially helpful if you have been previously diagnosed with Anxiety and Depression.

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