Online mental health programs
I am part of a team of cancer researchers and psychologists at Monash University (Melbourne, Australia) running free online mental health programs for those who have finished their primary cancer treatment (i.e., surgery, chemo, radiotherapy). Our programs focus on developing skills to cope more effectively with difficult emotions - which we know don't simply stop when treatment comes to an end!
We understand that it isn't always easy to reach out for mental health support (especially in the context of COVID-19), which is why our programs can be completed online and from your own home.
Our current 2-week online program ("Flexible Thinking") tackles thoughts around worry, rumination, and catastrophising. You can follow this link to take part: https://is.gd/cancope_flexible_thinking.
Our next 2-week program ("Doing Things Differently") will be running within the next month.
Here is our Facebook page, where we post regular updates: https://www.facebook.com/cancope.page/
Please reach out if you have any questions about our programs! (e.g., over Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or you can message me privately. If you live outside of Australia we can also call you on WhatsApp!)
Thank you everyone :)
THE CANCOPE STUDY
Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health | Monash University, Clayton, VIC
Ph: +61 404 353 956