A range of resources that may be beneficial to your practice:

Autism Games  – a site for parents and teachers of children with moderate to severe autism. The games are a free resource that aim to help children with autism develop independent living skills (E-Mental Health in Practice).

BITE BACK – a space to learn, develop & improve strategies to amplify the good stuff in life. The program uses positive psychology activities that target primarily gratitude, mindfulness & social connections to improve resilience and wellbeing (E-Mental Health in Practice).

The BRAVE Program – a free online program for the prevention and treatment of anxiety in Australian children and young people aged 8-17, and their parents. The program was developed by a team of researchers from the University of Queensland, Griffith University and the University of Southern Queensland, and has been specially designed to teach young people the skills they need to reduce anxiety and to cope with stressful situations (E-Mental Health in Practice).

Cool Kids Online program – based on the Cool Kids face-to-face program which has been running at Macquarie University since 1993. The Cool Kids program is a structured, skills-based program that teaches children (aged 7 – 12) and their parents how to better manage anxiety (E-Mental Health in Practice).

and there is more: E-Mental Health in Practice