Adolescent Mental Health depression, suicidality and cyber-bullying Part 2
Tim is a 17 year old, year 11 high school student. This webinar follows Tim’s interactions with a variety of mental health professionals after seeing his GP. The interdisciplinary panel consider each profession’s perspective, as well as how they can work collaboratively to support Tim. This is the second webinar in a series of two focusing on adolescent mental health.
Watch this webinar to develop an:
- improved ability to identify discipline specific approaches to the diagnosis, treatment and management of an adolescent mental health presentation with features of depression, suicidality and cyber-bullying.
- increased understanding of the ways in which mental health interdisciplinary collaboration contributes to better patient outcomes.
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