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Black Dog Institute - for Health Professionals

Black Dog Institute - for Health Professionals

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Black Dog Institute - for Health Professionals

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Black Dog Institute - for Health Professionals

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Latest Episodes

Anne's Story

Anne Riches is many things, a lawyer, change management specialist, educational facilitator and Black Dog Institute's first volunteer presenter. Anne also lives with depression. During this episode of Being Well, Anne shares her experience of mental ill health and how the workplace can contribute to employee's well being. Some of the things spoken about in this podcast may be distressing to some people. If you or someone you know find this content distressing and require assistance, please call LifeLine on 13 11 14 or beyondblue on 1300 22 4636. Presented by Jan Orman Produced by Nathan Bell Additional production support by Olivia De Pomeroy

34 MIN2019 OCT 17
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Anne's Story

Ally's Story

Dr Ally Nicolopoulos is a postdoctoral research fellow at Black Dog Institute, who never fails to bring a smile to the faces of those she crosses paths with during the day. In her spare time Ally is a boxer, competing around Australia. In this episode of Being Well, Ally shares her experiences working as researcher in suicide prevention and how she manages her own mental health. Some of the things spoken about in this podcast may be distressing to some people. If you or someone you know find this content distressing and require assistance, please call LifeLine on 13 11 14 or beyondblue on 1300 22 4636. Presented by Jan Orman Produced by Nathan Bell Additional production by Olivia De Pomeroy.

26 MIN2019 SEP 26
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Ally's Story

Ben's Story

Benjamin Gilmour is a paramedic, film maker and author. In this episode of Being Well, Ben shares some of the lesson's he has learnt about mental health and suicide prevention throughout his career. Some of the things spoken about in this podcast may be distressing to some people. If you or someone you know find this content distressing and require assistance, please call LifeLine on 13 11 14 or beyondblue on 1300 22 4636. Presented by Jan Orman, produced by Nathan Bel. Additional production by Olivia De Pomeroy.

29 MIN2019 SEP 11
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Ben's Story

Care After an Attempt - Expert Insights forum for health professionals

Attempting suicide is one of the strongest markers of increased risk of dying by suicide particularly in the days, weeks and months following the attempt. However, many people who survive a suicide attempt find it difficult to access the care they need to improve their safety and to address their underlying concerns. In this podcast, our panel of clinicians, researchers and lived experience representative discuss models of care and current best practice for supporting people after a suicide attempt. Panel Members Paige: Lived Experience Representative Fiona Shand: Snr. Researcher at the Black Dog Institute, Clinical Psychologist Annie Petherbridge: Support Co-ordinator Wayback Tim Heffernan: Mental Health Peer Coordinator COORDINAIRE Facilitated by: Dr Vered Gordon, Black Dog Institute GP Consultant Recording and sound production: Nathan Bell Voiceover: Cameron Banks, Black Dog Institute

56 MIN2019 SEP 8
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Care After an Attempt - Expert Insights forum for health professionals

Social Prescribing: Understanding the 'what', 'how' and 'why'

Social prescribing (sometimes referred to as non-medical prescribing or community referral) is a relatively new concept, developed as an innovative way to move beyond the medical model and address the wider social determinants of health. This podcast examines some of the online mental health treatment programs that GPs need to know about, focusing on evidence-based programs that have been developed in Australia. Hosted by: Dr Jan Orman Guests: Prof. Katherine Boydell, Dr. Katherine Gill & Dr Phoebe Holdenson Kimura Based on Webinar 32 in the eMHPrac Series for Health Professionals available at medcast.com.au/courses/282

27 MIN2019 SEP 5
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Social Prescribing: Understanding the 'what', 'how' and 'why'

Military Families: the impact of Defence Force services upon partners and children

Military service has both positive and negative impacts upon the individual serving and their family. This podcast will examine the impact of military service upon families mental health in more detail and provide an outline of treatment interventions and resources. Hosted by: Dr Jan Orman Guests: Dr. David Mitchell, Bree Till and Joanna Rousten Based on Webinar 30 in the eMHPrac Series for Health Professionals available at medcast.com.au/courses/267 Special thanks to the Department of Veterans Affairs for their contribution to the development of this webinar.

29 MIN2019 AUG 29
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Military Families: the impact of Defence Force services upon partners and children

Craig's Story - Part 2

Craig is now a mental health advocate, and speaker for Black Dog Institute. Listen to Part 2 of Craig's story to hear how he turned his breakdown into a breakthrough. Some of the things spoken about in this podcast may be distressing to some people. If you or someone you know find this content distressing and require assistance, please call LifeLine on 13 11 14 or beyondblue on 1300 22 4636. Presented by Jan Orman Produced by Nathan Bell

33 MIN2019 JUN 28
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Craig's Story - Part 2

Craig's Story- Part 1

When you first meet Craig Semple it's hard to imagine that someone like him has experienced mental health difficulties. In part 1 of Craig's Story, we hear about Craig's career as a Detective in the NSW Police Force, which lead to him living with PTSD for 9 years. Craig is now a mental health advocate, and speaker for Black Dog Institute. Listen to Part 2 of Craig's story to hear how he turned his breakdown into a breakthrough. Some of the things spoken about in this podcast may be distressing to some people. If you or someone you know find this content distressing and require assistance, please call LifeLine on 13 11 14 or beyondblue on 1300 22 4636. Presented by Jan Orman Produced by Nathan Bell

29 MIN2019 JUN 28
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Craig's Story- Part 1

Molly's Story

Dr Molly Shorthouse is the Director of Medical Services at Miwatj Health Aboriginal Corporation in East Arnhem Land. In this episode of Being Well Molly shares her experiences working as a rural mental health doctor. Once you've listened to Molly speak you will understand why she has been welcomed with open arms into her local community. Some of the things spoken about in this podcast may be distressing to some people. If you or someone you know find this content distressing and require assistance, please call LifeLine on 13 11 14 or beyondblue on 1300 22 4636. Presented by Jan Orman Produced by Nathan Bell Music by Yunupingu Gurrumul, Wiyathul Additional production by Olivia De Pomeroy.

36 MIN2019 JUN 20
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Molly's Story

Prevention and Treatment of Perinatal Mood Disorders

Perinatal psychological distress is commonly experienced by new and expecting mothers. This podcast will discuss the impact of perinatal mood disorders and ways in which distress can be prevented, detected and treated. Hosted by: Dr Jan Orman Guests: Prof Jane Fisher, Prof Jeannette Milgrom & Dr Elizabeth Maher Based on Webinar 29 in the eMHPrac Series for Health Professionals available at medcast.com.au/courses/265 Special thanks to the Perinatal Depression e-Consortium for their contribution to the development of this webinar.

24 MIN2019 JUN 20
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Prevention and Treatment of Perinatal Mood Disorders

Latest Episodes

Anne's Story

Anne Riches is many things, a lawyer, change management specialist, educational facilitator and Black Dog Institute's first volunteer presenter. Anne also lives with depression. During this episode of Being Well, Anne shares her experience of mental ill health and how the workplace can contribute to employee's well being. Some of the things spoken about in this podcast may be distressing to some people. If you or someone you know find this content distressing and require assistance, please call LifeLine on 13 11 14 or beyondblue on 1300 22 4636. Presented by Jan Orman Produced by Nathan Bell Additional production support by Olivia De Pomeroy

34 MIN2019 OCT 17
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Anne's Story

Ally's Story

Dr Ally Nicolopoulos is a postdoctoral research fellow at Black Dog Institute, who never fails to bring a smile to the faces of those she crosses paths with during the day. In her spare time Ally is a boxer, competing around Australia. In this episode of Being Well, Ally shares her experiences working as researcher in suicide prevention and how she manages her own mental health. Some of the things spoken about in this podcast may be distressing to some people. If you or someone you know find this content distressing and require assistance, please call LifeLine on 13 11 14 or beyondblue on 1300 22 4636. Presented by Jan Orman Produced by Nathan Bell Additional production by Olivia De Pomeroy.

26 MIN2019 SEP 26
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Ally's Story

Ben's Story

Benjamin Gilmour is a paramedic, film maker and author. In this episode of Being Well, Ben shares some of the lesson's he has learnt about mental health and suicide prevention throughout his career. Some of the things spoken about in this podcast may be distressing to some people. If you or someone you know find this content distressing and require assistance, please call LifeLine on 13 11 14 or beyondblue on 1300 22 4636. Presented by Jan Orman, produced by Nathan Bel. Additional production by Olivia De Pomeroy.

29 MIN2019 SEP 11
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Ben's Story

Care After an Attempt - Expert Insights forum for health professionals

Attempting suicide is one of the strongest markers of increased risk of dying by suicide particularly in the days, weeks and months following the attempt. However, many people who survive a suicide attempt find it difficult to access the care they need to improve their safety and to address their underlying concerns. In this podcast, our panel of clinicians, researchers and lived experience representative discuss models of care and current best practice for supporting people after a suicide attempt. Panel Members Paige: Lived Experience Representative Fiona Shand: Snr. Researcher at the Black Dog Institute, Clinical Psychologist Annie Petherbridge: Support Co-ordinator Wayback Tim Heffernan: Mental Health Peer Coordinator COORDINAIRE Facilitated by: Dr Vered Gordon, Black Dog Institute GP Consultant Recording and sound production: Nathan Bell Voiceover: Cameron Banks, Black Dog Institute

56 MIN2019 SEP 8
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Care After an Attempt - Expert Insights forum for health professionals

Social Prescribing: Understanding the 'what', 'how' and 'why'

Social prescribing (sometimes referred to as non-medical prescribing or community referral) is a relatively new concept, developed as an innovative way to move beyond the medical model and address the wider social determinants of health. This podcast examines some of the online mental health treatment programs that GPs need to know about, focusing on evidence-based programs that have been developed in Australia. Hosted by: Dr Jan Orman Guests: Prof. Katherine Boydell, Dr. Katherine Gill & Dr Phoebe Holdenson Kimura Based on Webinar 32 in the eMHPrac Series for Health Professionals available at medcast.com.au/courses/282

27 MIN2019 SEP 5
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Social Prescribing: Understanding the 'what', 'how' and 'why'

Military Families: the impact of Defence Force services upon partners and children

Military service has both positive and negative impacts upon the individual serving and their family. This podcast will examine the impact of military service upon families mental health in more detail and provide an outline of treatment interventions and resources. Hosted by: Dr Jan Orman Guests: Dr. David Mitchell, Bree Till and Joanna Rousten Based on Webinar 30 in the eMHPrac Series for Health Professionals available at medcast.com.au/courses/267 Special thanks to the Department of Veterans Affairs for their contribution to the development of this webinar.

29 MIN2019 AUG 29
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Military Families: the impact of Defence Force services upon partners and children

Craig's Story - Part 2

Craig is now a mental health advocate, and speaker for Black Dog Institute. Listen to Part 2 of Craig's story to hear how he turned his breakdown into a breakthrough. Some of the things spoken about in this podcast may be distressing to some people. If you or someone you know find this content distressing and require assistance, please call LifeLine on 13 11 14 or beyondblue on 1300 22 4636. Presented by Jan Orman Produced by Nathan Bell

33 MIN2019 JUN 28
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Craig's Story - Part 2

Craig's Story- Part 1

When you first meet Craig Semple it's hard to imagine that someone like him has experienced mental health difficulties. In part 1 of Craig's Story, we hear about Craig's career as a Detective in the NSW Police Force, which lead to him living with PTSD for 9 years. Craig is now a mental health advocate, and speaker for Black Dog Institute. Listen to Part 2 of Craig's story to hear how he turned his breakdown into a breakthrough. Some of the things spoken about in this podcast may be distressing to some people. If you or someone you know find this content distressing and require assistance, please call LifeLine on 13 11 14 or beyondblue on 1300 22 4636. Presented by Jan Orman Produced by Nathan Bell

29 MIN2019 JUN 28
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Craig's Story- Part 1

Molly's Story

Dr Molly Shorthouse is the Director of Medical Services at Miwatj Health Aboriginal Corporation in East Arnhem Land. In this episode of Being Well Molly shares her experiences working as a rural mental health doctor. Once you've listened to Molly speak you will understand why she has been welcomed with open arms into her local community. Some of the things spoken about in this podcast may be distressing to some people. If you or someone you know find this content distressing and require assistance, please call LifeLine on 13 11 14 or beyondblue on 1300 22 4636. Presented by Jan Orman Produced by Nathan Bell Music by Yunupingu Gurrumul, Wiyathul Additional production by Olivia De Pomeroy.

36 MIN2019 JUN 20
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Molly's Story

Prevention and Treatment of Perinatal Mood Disorders

Perinatal psychological distress is commonly experienced by new and expecting mothers. This podcast will discuss the impact of perinatal mood disorders and ways in which distress can be prevented, detected and treated. Hosted by: Dr Jan Orman Guests: Prof Jane Fisher, Prof Jeannette Milgrom & Dr Elizabeth Maher Based on Webinar 29 in the eMHPrac Series for Health Professionals available at medcast.com.au/courses/265 Special thanks to the Perinatal Depression e-Consortium for their contribution to the development of this webinar.

24 MIN2019 JUN 20
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Prevention and Treatment of Perinatal Mood Disorders
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