Save the Date – eMental Health: The Next Big Thing in Psychological Practice?

Save the Date: 9th October 2018!

eMental Health: The Next Big Thing in Psychological Practice?

Save the date for a FREE international seminar on eMental Health in Psychological Practice, organised jointly by Mental Health Reform and the Psychological Society of Ireland.

The event will be held on the 9th October 2018, 9am – 4pm in the Hilton Hotel, Charlemont Place, Dublin 2.

This seminar is part of the eMEN project – funded by Interreg North West Europe and the HSE.

The seminar will address the implications of technology-supported therapy for psychological practice…is this ‘the Next Big Thing’ for psychology in Ireland?

Updates and announcements will be made on our website here and on the eMental Health Reform Twitter – follow us @eMHReform

Registration will open soon!

We aim to raise questions, address benefits and challenges and encourage a broader discussion on eMental Health in Ireland.

The themes of the seminar will include:

  • Telemental health – psychological therapy sessions at a distance (phone, video, online)
  • eTherapy – technology-supported therapy (self-administered by clients or with therapist support)
  • eMental health in specific settings such as workplaces and third-level education
  • Vision for the future: utopian or dystopian?

State-of-the-art presentations and panel discussions from experts working in the field of eMental Health, that will bring a better understanding of developments, possibilities and issues in this field.

It will be a great opportunity for participants to engage with experts in discussion about eMental Health and how it could work in psychological practice in Ireland.

The event will also provide an opportunity for individuals to network and to feed into policy development on eMental Health in Ireland and across North West Europe through the eMEN project.

Psychologists, counsellors, psychotherapists, service managers, psychology students, service providers, service users and organisations interested in delivery of counselling and psychological therapies.


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