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Resourceful Adolescent
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Evidence of effectiveness

RAP is endorsed as an evidence based program by the Commonwealth Government. Results of published randomised controlled trials have indicated that the RAP program prevents future depressive symptoms in adolescents and is significantly better than a placebo control.

Read more about RAP research

Who and where

The RAP programs are based at the School of Psychology and Counselling at Queensland University of Technology, Australia. The RAP Director is Professor Ian Shochet.

Preventing Teen Depression

Professor Ian Shochet giving a public lecture on preventing teen depression.

Order RAP resources

RAP facilitators: order your Group Leader Manuals and Participant Workbooks easily with our online order form.

Second Edition - RAP-A

Group Leader's Manuals

With new and expanded activities and useful information on the supplementary DVD.

Only $82

Purchase your new Group Leader's Manual here by completing the online order form!

Contact us

Phone: 07 3138 4956
Fax: 07 3138 0322
Email: rap@qut.edu.au

RAP-A Groups offered at the QUT Health Clinic

Adolescents in years 7-10 can now access RAP-A Groups at the QUT Health Clinic. Phone 3138 0999 to register your interest.

For more information please read our brochure

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