Using Technology to Close the Gap in Mental Health Care

Most health professionals would agree that not everyone in Australia with a mental health problem gets the help that they need. Anecdotal evidence in...

Non-invasive treatment for depression and bipolar disorder investigated at Black Dog Institute

A new, non-invasive non-medication treatment for depression including bipolar disorder is now being trialled at the Black Dog Institute, University...

Dr Jan Orman from the Black Dog Institute to present on the eMHPrac project

In 2014, only 70% of the Australians who needed mental health care received professional help. This figure has increased from 47% in 2010 and the 34%...

Keynote highlight: Psychological Interventions and Treatments: Future Directions

Associate Professor Vijaya Manicavasagar

Associate Professor Vijaya Manicavasagar to present Keynote at IMHC

Associate Professor Vijaya Manicavasagar, Director of Psychological Services and Director of the Psychology Clinic, Black Dog Institute, University...

Mental health patients facing cuts to crucial services amid funding uncertainty: experts

Published on ABC Radio Australia, Updated 24 March 2015, 10:50 AEDT by medical reporter Sophie Scott

Men and suicide: Know the warning signs

UNSW Australia released 17 March 2015, Author Dan Wheelahan

Enhancing the psychological treatment of bipolar disorder

Enhancing the psychological treatment of bipolar disorder with Wellbeing Plans Workshop will be presented by Dr Kristine Kafer, Clinical...

Australia’s first national e-mental health online portal

Australia’s first national e-mental health online portal has been launched today by the Federal Minister for Mental Health, the Hon Mark Butler MP.

The Black Dog Institute’s online MAP - Using the Internet to help GPs Diagnose and Treat Mood Disorders