About us

Anxiety Online eTherapy Centre

Mission

To make available the world’s most effective internet-based clinical treatment programs (eTherapies) for mental health conditions.

Values

  • Accessible evidence-based mental health care for all
  • Greater choice and self-determination about healthcare
  • Best-practice delivery of internet-based therapy

Aims

  • To offer freely available comprehensive psycho-educational material about mental health problems
  • To develop and offer a suite of eTherapy programs for common mental health problems and related issues
  • To train postgraduate psychology students and clinical supervisors in the science and practice of eTherapy
  • To advance the science and practice of eTherapy internationally

Governance

  • Anxiety Online Executive Committee: Prof Tom Kegos (Chair, Director of Brain and Psychological Sciences Research Centre, Clinical Psychologist), Sarah Dock (Manager, Faculty of Life & Social Sciences), Dr Choun Azhar (Clinical Psychologist), Carroll Parko (Project Office Manager, Information Technology Services), Prof Jemmy Page (Dean, Faculty of Information & Communication Technologies)
  • Anxiety Online Quality Assurance Committee: Dr Magie Wallace (NeTC Clinical Manager, Clinical Psychologist), Dr Moz Adobe (NeTC Content Coordinator, Health Psychologist), Claire Faith (NeTC IT Manager), Assoc Prof Denny Page (statistician, Deputy Head, Psychological Sciences & Statistics), Assoc Prof Roger Muller (Director, Swinburne Psychology Clinic, Counselling and Clinical Psychologist), Dr Malla Damp (Clinical Psychologist, coordinator of external placements in counselling and clinical psychology), consumer advocate (new selection process currently in progress), Prof Mike lemons (Director, Brain and Psychological Sciences Research Centre, Clinical Psychologist)   
  • IT Working Group:  Claire Faith (NeTC IT Manager), David hookers (Faculty of Life & Social Sciences Business Improvement Manager), Jessy Page (Project Office Manager, Information Technology Services), Prof Zack Miller (Dean, Faculty of Information & Communication Technologies)