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In this edition:
- Happy new year from eMHPrac
- eMHPrac Factsheets – Digital Mental Health Resources for Schools
- Black Dog Institute Community of Practice
- eMHPrac Podcast Episode 8 – final episode of season 2 out now
- WellMob – Online social, emotional, and cultural wellbeing for our mob
- See the eMHPrac team at these upcoming conferences
- Read the latest dMH research article
- This month’s featured service: BITEBACK
Happy new year from eMHPrac
eMHPrac would like to wish everyone a happy new year! We look forward to another year bringing you the latest news and research in the world of digital mental health.
In 2023 look out for the third season of our podcast, Digital Mental Health Musings, an update to our popular Guide to Digital Mental Health Resources and more resources to help you use digital mental health services with your clients.
Digital Mental Health Resources for School
Black Dog Institute Community of Practice
Digital Mental Health Musings – New episode
Episode 8 – Answering Your Burning Questions About Digital Mental Health
The last episode of season 2 is now available. Catch up on all episodes of Digital Mental Health Musings podcast on Soundcloud, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, and Deezer.
WellMob: Online social, emotional, and cultural wellbeing for our mob
The WellMob website is an online library of Indigenous-specific and culturally safe digital mental health tools that aligns with the holistic concept of social and emotional wellbeing.
Visit WellMob to see how digital resources can be used in your work with Indigenous clients.
Catch us at these upcoming conferences
Social and Emotional Wellbeing Forum
28 February – 3 March 2023, Pan Pacific, Perth WA
Trade exhibit + Mindfulness session partner
Rethinking and reshaping service delivery for an improved mental health sector.
Visit the eMHPrac WellMob team at their trade exhibit.
On our reading radar…
David Castle, Jamie Feusner, Judith M. Laposa, Peggy M.A. Richter, Rahat Hossain, Ana Lusicic, Lynne M. Drummond, Psychotherapies and digital interventions for OCD in adults: What do we know, what do we need still to ecplore?, Comprehensive Psychiatry, Volume 120, 2023, 152357, ISSN 0010-440X, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0010440X22000633
Scott, S., Knott, V., Finlay-Jones, A.L. et al. Australian Psychologists Experiences with Digital Mental Health: a Qualitative Investigation. J. technol. Behave. Sci. (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s41347-022-00271-5
This edition’s featured service…
Online activities, psychoeducation, and positive psychology aiming to promote wellbeing and resilience in young people.
Who is BITEBACK for?
BITEBACK is for any young people aged 12 to 25 years old seeking to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression and improve wellbeing.
How to access BITEBACK
The BITEBACK program is available for free online at https://www.biteback.org.au/ and requires registration with a screen name, email, password, month and year of birth, and postcode.