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10 Mar. 2021

We Can Do This therapeutic tool for Indigenous Clients using Methamphetamine

We Can Do This is a web-based therapeutic tool to help Aboriginal people who want to cut back or stop methamphetamine (ice) use. It can be used by individuals alone or in a counselling setting. It has seven modules that use evidence-based treatment approaches which are culturally appropriate. 

Who can use it?

  • Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people 3 Aged 16 or over 
  • Who are using ice regularly. 
  • OR Are you a service provider interested in using the tool with clients? 

We provide a clinician therapy guide and support! Please contact Dr Rachel Reilly, Study Coordinator, South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute on 0416 119 129 or email

What Happens?

Participants using the tool will be asked to complete 4 brief surveys over 3 months, either online or over the phone. They receive vouchers to thank them for their time ($25 for surveys 1 and 2, then $30 and $40).

Who designed it?

• Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal clinicians and researchers.
• Aboriginal senior representatives from diverse Aboriginal regions.
• Aboriginal people with lived experience.

For more information please visit