This webinar will provide the opportunity to:
1. Hear firsthand perspectives and case studies demonstrating the use of e-MH resources in psychological practice.
2. Identify potential challenges with using e-mental health resources in the workplace and hear about solutions developed by community based practitioners.
3. Reflect on strategies for using e-MH resources with clients.
Documentation for CPD is available here: http://nimhr.anu.edu.au/files/CPD_Webinar_4_Full.pdf
The slides from this presentation are available here: http://nimhr.anu.edu.au/files/Webinar4_Slides_for_Participants.pdf
Dr Pech is a Clinical Psychologist working in the role of Mental Health Adviser at the Australian National University Counselling Centre. Dr Pech has published research on the treatment of insomnia, and has prior experience in the field of occupational rehabilitation, the treatment of sleep disorders, and in private psychological practice.
Mr Posen is a clinical Psychologist of 20 years and has been writing about and employing tech innovations in his independent practice since 1989. Since then, Mr Posen has utilised technologies to augment his practice in anxiety disorders, and has given many workshops around Australia. Mr Posen is a long term early adopter, but brings a sceptic’s view to the impact technology is expected to make on work and play. His mantra is “just because you could use a new technology, doesn't mean you should”.
Dr Jay Spence is a Clinical Psychologist who specialises in the treatment of traumatic stress. Dr Spence was a joint recipient of the Gold Prize at the Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Service Achievement Awards (2010) and of the St Vincent’s Health Australia National Invention and Innovation Award (2010). He was also the recipient of the 2011 New South Wales Institute of Psychiatry Fellowship and the Centre for Emotional Health Student Prize. Dr Spence has previously held a lecturer position at the University of New South Wales, lecturing on the treatment of anxiety and depression.