We have now finished enrollment in the research phase of the SMART project.

If you would like to hear about future project related activities or are interested in participating in other research projects please click on the "Contact Us" button.

Please enter your name, email address, and outline that you are "Interested in research follow up"


Current research participants will have access to the SMART website until the end of June 2018


Taking Smart Steps Towards Your Mental Health

Swinburne University have developed SMART – a new mental health website for people who have experienced psychosis. The website aims to help people in their self-management and mental health recovery. Swinburne university are seeking participants to help evaluate the website as part of an online research project. The project is to find out how helpful the website is and how we can best support people in using online resources in the future. 


How S.M.A.R.T. Works

Covering all topics






Stress & Coping









Explore these topics to help you on your recovery journey!

Connect with others

You can interact with other users of the website by commenting on videos and other content and getting involved in our forum.

Interactive exercises

The website includes text-based and audio exercises as well as tools which allow you to monitor your mood, stress, sleep, physical health, and self-esteem.

Your rules

There is no set order or time frame in which to cover the topics, however we strongly recommend starting with “Recovery”. You can go through them as quickly or as slowly as you want, choosing what you want to cover and when.

Anywhere, anytime

You can access this website on your computer, laptop or smartphone, so you can use it wherever, whenever and with whoever you want!

Stories from others

Real people with real experiences sharing their experiences with you.

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