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Working Together to Manage Methamphetamine Use and Mental Health Issues
Join our interdisciplinary panel of experts as we discuss how collaborative care may help support the mental health of people who are experiencing methamphetamine addiction.

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

  • describe how to engage with people using methamphetamine to reduce harm, improve intervention and mental health symptoms
  • implement key principles of providing an integrated approach in the early identification of people with co-morbid methamphetamine use and mental health issues, increasing the likelihood of a successful course of treatment
  • identify challenges in providing a collaborative response to people with co-morbid methamphetamine use and mental health issues, and share tips to overcome these challenges.

Panel List

Review the panel of interdisciplinary experts’ bios. 

  • Associate Professor Adrian Dunlop (Addiction Medicine Specialist, New South Wales)
  • Associate Professor Nicole Lee (Psychologist, Victoria)
  • Dr John Reilly (Psychiatrist, Queensland)
  • Ms Vita Berghout (Social Worker, South Australia


  • Dr Michael Murray (QLD-based GP and medical educator)


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This webinar was produced in November 2015. The Mental Health Professionals’ Network’s webinars are produced for mental health professionals. The information is intended for suitably-experienced mental health professionals and does not replace clinical judgement and decision making. It is intended for use as a guide of a general nature only and may or may not be relevant to particular patients or circumstances. The subject matter is not exhaustive of any mental health conditions presented. Health professionals implementing any recommendations contained in the webinar must exercise their own independent skill or judgement or seek appropriate professional advice relevant to their own particular circumstances when so doing. Any information presented in the webinar recording was deemed relevant at the time of the live event and after this date has not been reviewed. No guarantee can be given that the information is free from error or omission. Accordingly, MHPN and its employees and agents shall have no liability (including without limitation liability by reason of negligence) to any users of the information contained in any MHPN webinar for any loss or damage (consequential or otherwise) cost or expense incurred or arising by reason of any person using or relying on the information contained in MHPN webinars and whether caused by reason of any error, negligent act, omission or misrepresentation of the information.