Mental Health Masterclass:

Professionals Webinar Series

Improve mental health practice for clients & invest in personal wellbeing

INVEST IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Digital Access. Engaging Speakers. Live Q&A Sessions.

With calls for help increasing at a rapid rate, mental health care has fast become one of the most in-demand services.

To assist mental health professionals, wellbeing workers and business owners to provide quality means of support, we have developed the Mental Health Masterclass. This series of six online classes have been designed to inform, engage and support you to care for others and yourself.

Each Masterclass will see you gain practical tools, valuable advice and insight via two 30-minute presentations by expert speakers, with live Q&A sessions.

Learn practical self-care techniques to improve mental wellbeing for yourself and your clients.

LEARN ABOUT THE Webinar Topics

Masterclass 1 | Transitioning to Telehealth: What You Need to Know

23 April 2020
Discover more about the world of digital health and gain well-rounded insight on telehealth services.

1

Masterclass 2 | WORKING AT HOME? Tools to Increase Productivity and Motivation

7 May 2020
Resources, advice and tips for working productively from home.

2

Masterclass 3 | Family Violence During Isolation: What is Your Role?

21 May 2020
How you can best support those impacted by domestic and family violence in the home during periods of isolation.

3

Masterclass 4 | Addictions Arising in Isolation: Preparing for What’s Ahead

4 June 2020
How addiction can be formed during isolation - and its long term implications.

4

Masterclass 5 | The Mental Health of our Essential Services: What is Your Role?

18 June 2020
How you can best support the mental health of essential workers during times of high stress and increased demand.

5

Masterclass 6 | The Future of Mental Health: Preparing for the Post-Pandemic Aftermath

2 July 2020
How COVID-19 has impacted our mental health and its long-term effects on future wellbeing.

6

DATES & TIMES Webinar Schedules

Masterclass 1 | Transitioning to Telehealth: What You Need to Know

23 April 2020

Discover more about the world of digital health and gain well-rounded insight on telehealth services.

12:00 - 12:45 (AEST)
Transition To Telehealth; Who? What? When?

Dr Silvia Pfeiffer

Transition To Telehealth; Who? What? When?

30min session followed by 15mins of Q&A
Learn about the basics of telehealth, including services, methods of delivery, benefits, challenges and opportunities.

12:45 - 13:30 (AEST)
Transition To Telehealth; How?

Professor Anthony Smith

Transition To Telehealth; How?

30min session followed by 15mins of Q&A

Discover how organisations are making the transition into delivering telehealth services and how you start moving into the digital space

Masterclass 2 | WORKING AT HOME? Tools to Increase Productivity and Motivation

7 May 2020

Resources, advice and tips for working productively from home.

12.00pm - 12.45pm (AEST)
How to Keep Your Remote Workers Productive & Motivated

Mr Rob Rawson

How to Keep Your Remote Workers Productive & Motivated

30 min presentation followed by 15 mins of Q&A

12.45pm - 1.30pm (AEST)
Tools and Tips for Effective Home Schooling

Mrs Lucy Brogden

Tools and Tips for Effective Home Schooling

30 min presentation followed by 15 min of Q&A

Masterclass 3 | Family Violence During Isolation: What is Your Role?

21 May 2020

How you can best support those impacted by domestic and family violence in the home during periods of isolation.

12.00pm - 12.45pm (AEST)
Adapting DFV Practices to COVID-19

Lara Steel

Adapting DFV Practices to COVID-19

30 min presentation followed by 15 min of Q&A

12.45pm - 1.30pm (AEST)
What are the Common Themes and Issues Identified in Relation to DFV and COVID-19?

Ms Patricia Kinnersly

What are the Common Themes and Issues Identified in Relation to DFV and COVID-19?

30 min presentation followed by 15 min of Q&A

Masterclass 4 | Addictions Arising in Isolation: Preparing for What’s Ahead

4 June 2020

How addiction can be formed during isolation - and its long term implications.

12:00 - 12:45 (AEST)
Current & Future Issues Relating to AOD and COVID-19

Dr Tim MacDonald

Current & Future Issues Relating to AOD and COVID-19

30 min presentation followed by 15 min of Q&A

12:45 - 13:30 (AEST)
Digital Addiction in Youths: How Should We Plan for the Post-Pandemic Aftermath?

Dr Joanne Orlando

Digital Addiction in Youths: How Should We Plan for the Post-Pandemic Aftermath?

30 min presentation followed by 15 min of Q&A

Masterclass 5 | The Mental Health of our Essential Services: What is Your Role?

18 June 2020

How you can best support the mental health of essential workers during times of high stress and increased demand.

12:00 - 12:45 (AEST)
Lessons Learnt from COVID-19 for our First Responders: Understanding the Complexities of PTSD

Erin Smith

Lessons Learnt from COVID-19 for our First Responders: Understanding the Complexities of PTSD

Learn:

  • How to prevent post traumatic stress symptoms from becoming post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • How support provided by families can be a vital protective factor.
  • Why families of first responders need to be more actively included in mental health conversations and educational initiatives
  • How families can be supported as they live alongside PTSD

30 min presentation followed by 15 min of Q&A

12:45 - 13:30 (AEST)
Burn-Out Prevention for Essential Services

Dr Jocelyn Lowinger

Burn-Out Prevention for Essential Services

Discover:

 

• The key concepts of workplace stress, burnout, vicarious trauma, and compassion fatigue in health and community services

• What ‘resilience’ is and how it can be achieved

• How can you learn to recognise and access signs of stress and trauma

• Examples of self-test activities to gauge degree of personal self care

• Examples of research based practices known to enhance wellbeing

• The first steps towards creating a personal and professional self-care plan

 

30 min presentation followed by 15 min of Q&A

Masterclass 6 | The Future of Mental Health: Preparing for the Post-Pandemic Aftermath

2 July 2020

How COVID-19 has impacted our mental health and its long-term effects on future wellbeing.

12:00 - 12:45 (AEST)
Tips for Navigating the Future, Based on What We Know About the Impact of COVID-19

Professor Nick Titov

Tips for Navigating the Future, Based on What We Know About the Impact of COVID-19

  1. History of Pandemics: Impact on society and mental health
  2. Current Status: Australia and Global
  3. Modelling the Future: 3 Possible Scenarios
  4. Implications for Mental Health Services
  5. Q & A

30 min presentation followed by 15 min of Q&A

12:45 - 13:30 (AEST)
Post Pandemic Mental Health: Navigating Through A New Era

Dr Ruth Vine

Post Pandemic Mental Health: Navigating Through A New Era

The Coronavirus pandemic has had, and will continue to have, significant impacts on Australians.

Many people are already experiencing loneliness, stress, anxiety and concern.

Dr Ruth Vine will examine the government’s COVID-19 mental health response, and share insights in planning for the post COVID-19 era.

30 min presentation followed by 15 min of Q&A

GET INVOLVED Who Should Attend?

Clinicians & Mental Health Professionals

Social Service & Peer Support Workers

Psychologists, Psychiatrists & Therapists

Government Representatives & Workers

Business Owners, Managers & Directors

Employers & Employees

LISTEN TO THE Event Speakers

Dr Silvia Pfeiffer

CEO AND CO-FOUNDER, COVIU

Professor Anthony Smith

UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND

Mr Rob Rawson

FOUNDER & CEO, TIME DOCTOR

Mrs Lucy Brogden

CHAIR, NATIONAL MENTAL HEALTH COMMISSION & THE MENTALLY HEALTHY WORKPLACE ALLIANCE

Dr Tim MacDonald

Unit Director (Dual Diagnosis), Currumbin Clinic

Dr Joanne Orlando

Leading International Expert on Family and Digital Lifestyle

Professor Nick Titov

Director, Department of Psychology

Dr Ruth Vine

Mental Health Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health

Dr Jocelyn Lowinger

Founder, The Doctor’s Coach

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