Is it depression or adjustment disorder?

Wednesday 24 July, 7.15 - 8.30 AEST

Register now to attend this professional development webinar on Thursday 24 June, 7.15 PM-8.30 PM (AEST).
Adjustment disorder can occur when a person experiences one or more stressful life events. The life events can vary; in adults they may be strained relationships, financial issues or difficulty at work; and for young people they may be issues around sexuality or problems at school or at home. The symptoms usually last longer than six months and cause major disruption in a person’s life.

This webinar will discuss adjustment disorder and the differences between adjustment disorder and depression. Our expert panel will describe how best to improve the mental health and wellbeing of a person experiencing adjustment disorder and demonstrate the importance of collaboration and appropriate referrals when providing this care.

Our interdisciplinary panel of experts includes: Dr Monica Moore (General Practitioner), Professor Maria Kangas (Psychologist), Dr Curtis Gray (Psychiatrist) and will be facilitated by Dr Mary Emeleus (Psychiatric Registrar).

Webinar Date:
Thursday, 24th June 2021

Webinar Time:
7.15 pm to 8.30 pm AEST

Register now