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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.

In this webinar

This webinar is the third in a series of stand-alone webinars. In this webinar, MindSpot, an e-Mental Health program with a specific focus on the assessment and treatment of depression and anxiety will be introduced.  GPs will learn how these e-Mental Health programs can be incorporated into the general practice environment. This is the third webinar in the series.

The webinar series

The webinar series examines some of the online mental health treatment programs that GPs need to know about, focusing on evidence-based programs that have been developed in Australia. The evidence around the efficacy and usefulness of different programs will be discussed along with practical aspects of using the programs. We will use a case example to explore the use of eMH resources to manage specific concerns in a patient with complex mental health needs. Specifically we will look at a young woman suffering from anxiety and a background of bipolar disorder.


  • e-Mental Health programs are a useful adjunct to mental health treatment in primary care
  • there is good evidence that patient outcomes improve with the use of e-Mental Health programs
  • a variety of locally-developed e-Mental Health programs are available
  • GPs need to be familiar with the programs their patients are using and be able to recommend the use of these programs appropriately.


GPs and GP registrars who are interested in improving outcomes for patients with mental health conditions.


Participants who view the webinar are eligible for 2 QI&CPD Points and 2 Core ACRRM Points.