Webinar 57 – Setting you up for success with e-mental health
05 April 2023
Black Dog Institute
Phone(02) 9382 4530
Did you know that e-mental health resources provide practitioners with a wealth of additional evidence-based treatments? This webinar will provide you with key insights and digital resources that you can begin to integrate immediately into your everyday practice.
- Identify the ways in which different models of e-mental health can be incorporated into clinical practice.
- Appropriately match the available e-mental health models and tools to patient need across the stepped care model.
- List the main strategies clinicians can use to successfully identify appropriate patients for an e-mental health interventions, and introduce and support them to use it in a way that best maximises success.
- Describe the lessons we can learn from overseas to enhance clinician digital mental health practice.
- Construct treatment plans that incorporate a balance of face-to-face and online interventions and tools.
Presenter: Dr Phoebe Holdenson-Kimura
Phoebe is a GP working in Sydney who is passionate about promoting mental wellbeing and supporting GPs who have a special interest in Mental Health. With recent experience working in rural Far North Queensland and Cambodia, she is interested in rural and global perspectives on mental health.
Presenter: Dr Ruth Crowther
Psychologist / Clinical Registrar
Ruth is a psychologist working a The Banyans, a private residential facility in Brisbane and also sees patients through her own private practice. She has worked as a researcher, educator and practitioner in multiple academic and treatment setting in the the UK and Australia, most recently as a Senior Research Fellow on the eMHPrac team at QUT.
Presenter: Dr Phil Lasse B. Sander
Licensed Psychotherapist (CBT). Lasse is Head of Medical Sociology and leader of a research group on Digital Mental Health at the Institute of Medical Psychology and Medical Sociology, at Albert-Ludwigs-University, Freiburg. Lasse also obtained his PhD here. He has been teaching in psychology and medicine since 2013. Fellow of numerous foundations, received national and international awards for his research and teaching, and is the author of over 60 scientific publications and book chapters in the field of digitized psychotherapy.
Presenter: Dr Jan Orman
Jan is Sydney GP, a private psychological medicine practitioner in Sydney’s inner west, and a GP educator for Black Dog Institute.
This webinar is designed for GPs, GP registrars, psychologists, and allied mental health practitioners, or any other health professional with an interest in improving outcomes for patients with mental health conditions.