This webinar will provide the following information:
1) An overview of 3 self-help online treatment programs: e-couch, OnTrack and MyCompass
2) Ideas on how to use these programs in your practice with your clients
Documentation for CPD is available here: http://nimhr.anu.edu.au/files/CPD_Webinar_3_Full.pdf
The slides from this presentation are available here: http://nimhr.anu.edu.au/files/Webinar%203_Slides_Final-participantsversionpdf.pdf
Ms Julia Reynolds is the Clinical Services Director for the Allied Health Professionals and Nurses arm of the eMHPrac project, and is based at the Australian National University. Ms Reynolds is a registered Clinical Psychologist with extensive experience in traditional forms of face to face service delivery, including public sector services and private practice.
Dr Jennifer Connolly is a registered Clinical Psychologist and a Senior Research Fellow at Queensland University of Technology. Dr Connolly was a leading member of the team who developed the OnTrack website and programs. Dr Connolly’s research career spans 15 years, during which she was involved in 19 separate research trials focusing on a range of psychological disorders including depression, alcohol misuse, psychosis and comorbidity.
Dr Janine Clarke is the e-Health Program Manager at Black Dog Institute and a Clinical Psychologist. Since 2010, Dr Clarke has overseen the myCompass program and currently manages an NHMRC funded project examining the usefulness of myCompass as an intervention for people with type 2 diabetes and depressive symptoms. Dr Clarke also works in private psychology practice and regularly incorporates e-Health tools into her work.
Dr Casey is Director of Clinical Psychology Programs at Griffith University, Mt Gravatt Campus, and a member of the Mental Health Review Tribunal in Queensland. Dr Casey has over 25 years’ experience as a Clinical Psychologist, working in hospital, community, and private-practice settings. Dr Casey’s research interests focus on the use of technology in disseminating psychological interventions.