Dr Liz Seabrook
- Centre for Mental Health
Dr Liz Seabrook is the Digital Mental Health Research Fellow within the National eTherapy Centre. She completed her PhD at Monash University where she investigated the interaction between social media use and mental health. With her colleagues at Monash University, she developed the evidence-based and publically available mood-tracking app – MoodPrism – which aims to support user’s emotional mental health and wellbeing.
Dr Seabrook is part of the team at Mental Health Online which provides free online treatment programs for mental health and free access to therapist support via email, video, and chat. Her research investigates the use of virtual reality, apps, and web-based interventions to improve mental health.
More information about MoodPrism and Mental Health Online can be found here:
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Co-Supervisor.
Available to supervise honours students.
Honours topics and outlines
Does digital immersion help with mindfulness?: In this project you will be exploring how different technologies can help or hinder mindfulness practice. You will use virtual reality, video, and audio to investigate how the effects of a mindfulness practice differ across mediums.
How do virtual environments impact on mood?: Relaxation and positive affect can be trained within virtual reality. However our understanding of what virtual environment features influence mood is still emerging. This project will aim to explore the way mood can be altered with changes to virtual environments.
Also published as: Seabrook, Liz; Seabrook, L.; Seabrook, Elizabeth; Seabrook, E.; Seabrook, E. M.; Seabrook, Elizabeth M.; Seabrook, Liz M.
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Recent research grants awarded
- 2021: Mental Health Deep Dive *; Zurich Australia Fund Scheme
- 2021: Real-Time Assessment of Suicide Risk in Helpline Services Using Machine Learning *; Barbara Dicker Brain Science grant
* Chief Investigator
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