Our library hosts 100+ webinars which are claimable for self-reporting CPD.

Download or watch our past webinars focusing on topical mental health issues.

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Age, frailty, loneliness and suicide
This webinar covers how frailty, loneliness, sadness, depression and suicide are connected, as well as presents strategies to support practitioners to mitigate the link between physical and mental frailty.<br />  
Tags: Anxiety, Depression, Older adults, Suicide
June 2022
Building parents’ understanding of play to nurture infant and toddler mental health
Play can be a powerful tool in supporting the social and emotional wellbeing of infants and toddlers. This webinar will explore how clinicians can utilise play interventions with parents, infants and toddlers to promote connection, communication and overall mental health. <br />  
Tags: Child, Families, Infant
June 2022
Assessing functional capacity to work for psychological injuries
Watch this professional development webinar to enhance how you support those who experience psychological injury continue to participate in "good work" that supports their mental health and wellbeing.
Tags: Anxiety
May 2022
An interdisciplinary approach to perinatal anxiety and depression
The webinar features an interdisciplinary panel of experts exploring how health professionals can better identify symptoms of perinatal anxiety and depression and provide enhanced care for women at risk.<br />  
Tags: Anxiety, Depression, Perinatal, Women's Health
May 2022
Assessment and engagement with infants and children
Want to enhance how you actively engage children in assessment protocols in a meaningful and beneficial way? This webinar presents strategies to support practitioners to consider the ‘whole child’ when working with infants and children, shifting the focus from labels, problems and conditions to supporting children’s hopes and goals through inclusive practice.  
Tags: Adolescent, Child, Families
April 2022
Suicide Prevention for LGBTIQA+ Communities
Watch this recording where an interdisciplinary panel of experts explore practical strategies for suicide prevention when working with LGBTIQA+ people.  
Tags: LGBTIQA+, Suicide
March 2022
Supporting the wellbeing of infants and children through a trauma-informed lens
Infants and children are among some of the most vulnerable populations to be impacted by complex trauma. This webinar will cover the evidence behind how exposure to complex trauma adversely impacts the wellbeing of infants and children, as well as strategies practitioners can implement in their practice to work with children and families in a trauma-informed way.<br />  
Tags: Adolescent, Child, Infant, Trauma
March 2022
Coercive control and its impact on mental health
Watch this recording where an interdisciplinary panel of experts discuss how to identify coercive behaviours, their impact on mental health and practical ways to support affected individuals.
Tags: Family Violence, Women's Health
February 2022
An interdisciplinary approach to caring for people living with Generalised Anxiety Disorder
Join our interdisciplinary panel of experts to gain a better understanding of how to identify, diagnose and provide care for individuals living with GAD within an interdisciplinary mental health care team.
Tags: Anxiety
December 2021
Trauma informed care with older Australians
Join our interdisciplinary panel of experts as they unpack the long-lasting impacts of trauma and explore how practitioners can utilise trauma informed care to better support older Australians.
November 2021
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