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Adolescent mental health: depression, suicidality and cyber-bullying Part 1
Tim is a 17 year old, year 11 high school student. This webinar follows Tim’s interactions with a psychologist and a psychiatrist after seeing his GP at his mother’s insistence. She is concerned about his irritability, argumentativeness, disinterest with school, and relationships with his friends. This is the first webinar in a series of two focusing on adolescent mental health.

Watch this facilitated panel discussion of Tim's story be better equipped to: 

  • discipline specific approaches to the diagnosis, treatment and management of an adolescent mental health presentation with features of depression, suicidality and cyber-bullying.
  • the ways in which mental health interdisciplinary collaboration contributes to better patient outcomes.

Panel List

  • Dr Michael Carr-Gregg (Psychologist, Victoria)

  • Dr Peter Parry (Psychiatrist, South Australia)

  • Dr Stephen Carbone (General Practitioner, Victoria) 


  • Dr Ajeet Singh (Psychiatrist, Victoria)


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