Resources & News

September 09th, 2021, Online

Brave New Connections

February 18th, 2020, Dublin

eMental Health Seminar: Opportunities for the Third Sector

June 18th, 2019, Dublin

Technology and Student Mental Health

May 13th, 2020, Online

eMental Health in the COVID-19 context and beyond

March 28th 2019, Amsterdam

Let’s make it work! Implementation of e-mental health care

January 24th 2019, London

Prevention with digital technologies: expanding the possibilities for better mental health

December 11th 2018, France

Future developments in e-mental health

November 29th 2018, Berlin 

E-mental health in Europe: learning from our neighbours

October 9th 2018, Dublin

eMental Health: The Next Big Thing in Psychological Practice? 

September 6th 2018, Belgium

Trends and technological developments of apps in mental healthcare

June 11th 2018, Germany

E-mental health implementation: the digital revolution in mental healthcare

May 24th 2018, United Kingdom

Place Based Approaches to E-Mental Health

April 10th 2018, The Netherlands

E-mental health training: now and in the future

March 30th 2018, France

Active Citizenship and empowerment in community mental health

February 23rd 2018, Brussels

Online Therapy?! Reflections from psychodynamic psychotherapy & ethical issues

November 16th 2017, Dublin

Technology for Wellbeing International Conference

October 12th 2017, Berlin

“Getting in touch with digital interventions for mental health: practical insights for health professionals”

July 11th 2017, Amsterdam

Privacy, quality and technical challanges

June 13th 2017, Paris

eMental Health: definitions, challenges, experiences

April 28th 2017, Belfast

Equity and e-mental health: can digital technology help us to achieve good mental health for all?


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