CPD endorsed online learning from ReachOut.com Professionals provides practical tools for understanding the role of e-mental health services and using them to help young people you work with.
What it covers
Many young people I work with have tried online support strategies, which they tell me, gives them a sense of knowing what’s happening for them, what to expect and helps them explore some options without having to rock up to every service.
We’ve launched new online learning that covers four essential areas for using e-mental health services in support work with young people.
- The role of online services
- Using online communities in your work
- Using mental health websites and online programs in your work
- Referring to online counselling and treatment services
These online services can be used in youth work, social work and other support work disciplines to help young people, and will make it easier for young people to work on their mental health before, during and after their sessions with you.
Take a look now
Watch the webinar - Recorded on 19 May, 2014
A free 30min webinar was broadcast by ReachOut.com Professionals, in partnership with the Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre. The session covered the benefits and challenges of using e-mental health services in work with young people and tips for tackling them.
Watch it now
For regular conversations and updates on topics such as e-mental health services, apps for mental health and ideas for helping young people with mental health, connect with ReachOut.com Professionals.
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Acknowledgements & CPD information
This resource has been produced by ReachOut.com Professionals with funding from the Department of Health. It was developed with the support of the Australian Association of Social Workers, Western Australian Association of Youth Workers and the Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre.
This online learning is endorsed for CPD by the Australian Association of Social Workers and the Australian Community Workers Association.
Know others who work with young people?
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