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The healthy thinking study

A new online self-help program has been developed to help people manage suicidal thoughts and the Black Dog Institute is currently preparing a clinical trial into its effectiveness. This trial will compare this new program to a different program to determine whether it can help reduce suicidal thoughts.

The Healthy Thinking trial is looking for adults between 18 and 64 who are experiencing suicidal thoughts and want to do a six week program and complete several questionnaires.

For further information and to register online, click here.


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Shoalhaven News Chronicle: 5 April 2013

A new website designed to assist people at risk of suicide or those worried about or bereaved by suicide has been launched by counselling service On the Line.

The website www.suicidecallbackservice.org.au caters for four groups affected by suicide: peopleat risk of suicide, those bereaved by suicide, worried about someone at risk and health professionals.

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Gold Coast Sun: 10 April 2013

A new suicide prevention website provides access to counsellors for anyone seeking help and advice.On the Line CEO Alyson Miller said the site - suicidecallbackservice.org.au - would provide timely and appropriate help for those seeking information and support about suicide-related issues. 

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MEDIA RELEASE: New online resources for suicide prevention

A new website designed to assist people at risk of suicide or those worries about or bereaved by suicide was launched today by On the Line, Australia‚Äôs leading professional remote counselling provider. www.suicidecallbackservice.org.au

The CEO of On the Line, Ms Alyson Miller said, "the website provides timely and appropriate assistance for those seeking information and support about suicide related issues."

The website caters for four groups affected by suicide: people at risk of suicide, those bereaved by suicide, worried about someone at risk, and health professionals. Visitors can select their category from the homepage and are then given tailored information and support for their particular experience. This new layout allows for a simplified, clear and uncluttered homepage.

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