GP Services Consultant at Black Dog Institute
In this webinar, we focus on online programs to treat anxiety. Using a case study, "This Way Up", an online treatment and education platform, will be examined in detail.
We explore the role that e-mental health programs can play in the treatment of patients with mild to moderate depression and risky levels of drinking.
A case example is used to help explore the range of reliable Australian online resources available to help build resilience in young people at risk of mental health problems.
Here we acknowledge that practitioners' states of mind and ability to manage stress in their busy lives can impact of their own health, happiness and ability to function at work.
This webinar explores online programs suitable for a teenager with a developing mood disorder. We engage with an e-Mental Health expert, a psychologist & a GP panel member.
We explore the role that e-mental health programs play in the treatment of patients with mild to moderate depression and anxiety and discuss the MindSpot program.
e-couch, a self-help interactive program developed by the Australian National University will be explored in this webinar.
Program experts from Mental Health Online look at how an online mental health treatment program can be used in conjunction with face to face therapy in treating anxiety.
Explore the range of online resources suitable for someone whose worry is interfering with their life & the ways in which GPs can facilitate the use of those resources.
The online resources that are appropriate for GPs to recommend to teens experiencing, or at risk of developing, psychological distress.
This Webinar looks at eMH resources that are especially suitable for male patients and discuss the ways in which we can encourage men to use those resources.
This webinar discusses the use of eMH to manage specific concerns in a patient with complex mental health needs (suffering from anxiety and background of bipolar disorder).
In this webinar we discuss the place of e-Mental Health resources and treatment programs in the new stepped care model for mental health in Australia.
In this webinar we will take a close look at an online treatment program designed specifically for Indigenous users and examine how to use it.
In this webinar we take a close look at the reliable online resources available to help children and their families overcome childhood emotional and behavioural difficulties.
This webinar reviews the impact of perinatal psychological distress and mood disorders and explores ways in which distress can be prevented, detected and treated.
A webinar on eating disorders as they present to general practice and the ways in which online resources can be incorporated into the care of these patients.
In this webinar we will discuss suicide in Australia and examine some of the ways in which online tools can be useful in suicide prevention.
This webinar will examine the non-pharmacological strategies available to patients with chronic pain and introduce participants to some useful online programs
This webinar seeks to provide information about appropriate psychological services for LGBTI+ people with special reference to the services available online.
This webinar will focus on the non-pharmacological management of insomnia and sleep disturbance.
This webinar will focus on learning to recognise the presentations that may indicate a history of trauma and the ways in which the consequences of trauma can be managed.
This webinar will focus on the techniques available to us to encourage our patients to engage with eMH tools and resources.
This webinar takes a long hard look at the controversial subject of mental health apps and their use in clinical practice.
In this webinar our panel will focus on the way in which we as clinicians can help reduce the impact of alcohol misuse on mental health.
This webinar will focus on rural health care in rural Australia. We will discuss the differences between mental health care in rural and urban areas in Australia.
Burnout is an issue much talked about today in the health professions and human services generally. In this webinar we will discuss what constitutes burnout.
This webinar will focus on the issue of mental health in the workplace, a subject of great interest as increasing numbers of employees experience work-related psychological injury.
The impact of perinatal mood disorders and ways in which distress can be prevented, detected and treated will be reviewed.
Serving in the Australian Defence Forces impacts not only upon the serving member but also their immediate family. This webinar will focus on issues associated with this service.
‘Social prescribing’, ‘community-referral’ and ‘non-traditional providers’ have been used to describe a way of expanding the range of non-medical options.
People who hoard struggle to discard their possessions, which often leads to anxiety, depression, interpersonal difficulties and even problems with personal health and safety.
Hear from an exercise physiologist, clinical psychologist and general practitioner with tips and tools about integrating it into your practice for improved patient outcomes.
This webinar will focus on the latest understanding of the nature, assessment and treatment of health anxiety and how to help people with health anxiety.
This webinar will provide an overview of what previous disasters have taught us about trauma reactions in children, adults, families and communities.
This webinar will provide an overview of obsessive compulsive disorder, how the disorder presents and how it is most effectively assessed and treated.
This webinar will provide an overview of current research evidence regarding diet as a key determinant of and treatment target for mental health across the life stages.
This webinar will focus on practical issues associated with delivering COVID-19 telehealth consultations, in particular telepsych consultations.
In this webinar we will discuss the mental health impact of the CoVID-19 pandemic on Australian health professionals.
This webinar will discuss how the assessment and management of chronic pain can be done using telehealth.
This webinar will discuss how to identify and engage patients and their family to open a discussion on the topic of domestic violence
We will discuss the prevalence of adolescent anxiety, assessment, and evidence-based face-to-face and online approaches to empowering young people.
In this webinar we will discuss the use of culturally appropriate digital resources for promoting the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
In this webinar we will discuss how General Practitioners, psychologists and allied health professionals can support the mental health of patients who are Refugees.
In this webinar we will discuss how GPs, Allied Health Professionals and Pharmacists can effectively work together to improve mental health outcomes for patients.
In this webinar, we will explore the impacts of sexual violence on health and wellbeing, and focus on how healthcare providers can provide support to promote healing and recovery.