A new toolbox for internet reduction

Our research has found that people use a range of specific strategies in order to reduce their internet use, from avoiding specific websites to self-monitoring and managing urges. We have packaged these strategies into a great new tool that is now available for anyone concerned about their internet use.

Through this fantastic tool, eligible participants are able to make a specific plan to follow in order to reduce their internet use. Throughout their journey towards change, the coach will provide encouragement and feedback on the plans to help participants to reach their goals. The program is completely private and confidential and designed to support you in your choices. 


Time frame

his is a 30 day program. You can apply your learnings beyond the program and into the future.


The goal

You select your own goal whether this is to quit or cut down.


Take the quiz

See how much time you spend online. Do a self-check now and then 30 days later.

Get free tools

We will provide you with the latest resources and tools to support your goals.

Internet reduction project

This project is currently full. If you would like to be notified of future projects email us at changestrategies@auckland.ac.nz

Approved by the University of Auckland Human Participants Ethics Committee on 19 March 2019 for three years.

Reference Number 022614.

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