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Black Dog Institute is a global pioneer in the identification, prevention and treatment of mental illness and the promotion of well-being. Our unique approach incorporates clinical services with research, education and the voice of lived experience to reduce the incidence of mental illness and suicide, remove stigma and improve lives. Here you will find all of the Podcasts produced by the Black Dog including Expert Insights, Being Well and Emprac.
 
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Rosie's life was impacted by an eating disorder. She's one of many Australian teenagers that have struggled with disordered eating. Rosie was fortunate enough to obtain treatment and she shares her story with us. Her story is one of resilience, strength, community and power through knowledge. Some of the things spoken about in this podcast may be d…
 
The festive season is a time of celebration but it can also be a period of high stress for those of us working in mental health. The festive season can mean preparing for the shutdown of a private clinic whilst ensuring that our clients are well-supported in our absence. It can also mean managing higher rates of grief, trauma, and isolation in our …
 
Will the future of psychological therapy combine the best of digital interventions with clinician expertise? A growing body of evidence in this space indicates that when used well, digital interventions in conjunction with therapy can enhance patient progress and maintain treatment momentum between sessions. This Expert Insights session explores th…
 
In this podcast we discuss how GPs and Allied Health Professionals can reduce the negative impact of loneliness on the mental health of older patients. Loneliness in older people is emerging as one of the most significant issues experienced, and with the emergence of COVID-19 the risk of loneliness has continued to increase. Loneliness is linked to…
 
In this webinar, we will explore the impacts of sexual violence on health and wellbeing and focus on how healthcare providers can provide support that promotes healing and recovery. In the current #metoo climate, it is expected that disclosures of sexual violence will become increasingly prevalent, reinforcing the need for healthcare providers to b…
 
In this webinar we will discuss how General Practitioners, psychologists and allied health professionals can support the mental health of patients who are refugees. We explore the importance of understanding cross cultural differences in the understanding and presentation of mental illness. Hosted by: Dr Phoebe Holdenson-Kimura Guests: A/Prof Jill …
 
This webinar will explore how GPs, Psychologists, other Allied Health Professionals and Pharmacists can best work together to provide collaborative care to patients and improve mental health outcomes. Hosted by: Dr Jan Orman Guests: Elise Apolloni, Dr Guy Gordon and Dr Peter Baldwin Based on Webinar 46 in the eMHPrac Series for Health Professionals…
 
Repetitive negative thinking is present across a range of disorders but rarely addressed in treatment. This Expert Insights session explores the fundamental features of rumination and worry and its impact on a range of disorders. We also discuss some of the latest innovations in treating this trans-diagnostic symptom with our panel of experts. Pane…
 
Beginning and maintaining a conversation about mental health with a young person can be challenging. Building a connection, understanding their complex needs, unique experiences, and the challenges they face as a young person can lead to an effective conversation about their wellbeing. This Expert Insights session discusses effective and compassion…
 
Shahida is originally from Afghanistan. She came to Australia as a refugee on a long and difficult journey via India. In her home country, mental health is not recongnised, nor is it spoken about. Her story is one of reslience, strength, community and power through knowledge. Some of the things spoken about in this podcast may be distressing to som…
 
The 2021 NAIDOC week theme is Heal Country, heal our nation. Incorporated into this theme is the concept that Country is inherent to identity and that it is more than a place; it sustains lives in every aspect - spiritually, physically, emotionally, socially, and culturally. As health professionals, our understanding of Country and its connection t…
 
When you meet Mel it's easy to believe that she will achieve anything she sets her mind to. This includes surviving anorexia nervosa, living with obsessive compulsive disorder and now completing her residency to become a doctor. In this episode of Being Well, Mel shares how she has managed her mental health in the past and continues to while workin…
 
In this podcast based on a recent webinar we partner with UCRH to talk about how frontline health and community workers can use digital wellbeing tools to help keep our Indigenous mob feeling ‘deadly’ (#feeling great!).Hosted by: David EdwardsGuests: David Edwards, Tiarnee Schafer, Nathan Bramston, Samantha WildBased on Webinar 45 in the eMHPrac Se…
 
Medical professionals face significant challenges when they are experiencing an episode of mental illness. Their doctors play a dual role as both the health provider and colleague who could report to the medical board and affect another health provider's capacity to practice. This can hinder help-seeking in health providers, increase stigma, and de…
 
Australia’s emergency service workers keep our communities safe. Encountering unprecedented levels of emotional distress when responding to crises is part of the job. While for most people the distress will only last a few days or weeks, some will go on to develop mental health issues. Learning more about the impacts of trauma, skills to help manag…
 
Mandy had 'less than zero' knowledge about mental illness until she experienced an acute episode of postnatal psychosis 10 years ago. Mandy is now a passionate mental health advocate who is sharing her story to ensure others have access to the information she didn't.Some of the things spoken about in this podcast may be distressing to some people. …
 
In this podcast based on a recent webinar we discuss the Indigenous concept of Social and Emotional Wellbeing, focusing on the curation of culturally appropriate digital resources. We will introduce participants to a new website, called WellMob that houses over 200 Indigenous-specific digital wellbeing resources.Hosted by: Dr Jan OrmanGuests: David…
 
Shai has been part of the Black Dog Institute family since 2014 during that time has been an active mental health advocate, sharing her story with schools and community groups across Australia and working to reinvigorate BiteBack program. Shai now works in out of home care, helping young people who are experiencing a similar childhood to her own. P…
 
Most of us have been faced with a patient who is not responding to standard treatments for depression. What can we do to support these patients? TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) and Ketamine have a growing body of research which indicate that they can be successful in the treatment of depression with many patients showing positive results. T…
 
In Australia, suicide rates have continued to rise over the last decade. Now, COVID-19 and the recent bushfire season has led to unexpected social and economic disruption and devastating impacts on the psychological health of Australians. Research and lived experience evidence tell us that suicidal behaviours are complex and can be shaped by the so…
 
In this podcast, based on a recent webinar we discuss the prevalence of adolescent anxiety, assessment, and evidence-based face-to-face and online approaches to empowering young people.Hosted by: Dr Jan OrmanGuests: Dr Sarah Barker, Dr Karen Spielman, Kay RogersBased on Webinar 43 in the eMHPrac Series for Health Professionals available at medcast.…
 
This Expert Insights session explores the differences and similarities between therapeutic frameworks with a focus on CBT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Schema Therapy. It also discusses the application of these frameworks and their efficacy for specific disorders. Facilitated by Dr Carol NewallPanel Members- Hayden: Lived Experience…
 
Domestic violence is a leading public health problem globally. Despite its high prevalence and strong association with mental health problems, it is still significantly under-recognised and responded to in clinical practice. In this podcast based on a recent webinar we will focus on how to identify domestic violence to make a difference to patient’…
 
In this episode of Being Well you are invited to lunch with Dr Jan Orman and some of her long -time colleagues and friends to listen as they discuss their personal and professional experience of maintaining emotional wellbeing in later life.Some of the things spoken about in this podcast may be distressing to some people. If you or someone you know…
 
This podcast showcases a world first research project (Future Proofing) at the Black Dog Institute, taking on the challenges of implementing a universal prevention intervention program for adolescent school students.Can a focus on prevention strategies during adolescence be the key to reducing the prevalence of mental health disorders later in life…
 
Kim is an energetic and enthusiastic person who works to help others through her business and the dental charity she founded. Kim also has Bipolar Disorder, but this doesn't slow her down. In this episode of Being Well hear how Kim works with the cycles of her mood to be the most efficient and best version of herself that she can be. Some of the th…
 
COVID-19 is having a great impact on us all in terms of the way we live our lives including our ability to travel to and access treatment. As a result, online programs may become a treatment of choice for many patients. This 60-minute expert panel session takes a deep dive into the emerging area of psychotherapy: structured online CBT programs. We …
 
Chronic pain is a complex and often challenging condition to manage. With the sudden growth in telehealth and inability to see our patients face to face it can feel like this challenge is even greater. Telehealth has been used successfully by the Department of Pain Medicine at Vincent's Hospital for nearly a decade.In this podcast based on a recent…
 
In this podcast based on a recent webinar we will discuss the mental health impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Australian health professionals. What does the research tell us about what consequences to expect in the population generally as well as in ourselves and our colleagues?Importantly we will also discuss what strategies we need to put in pla…
 
At the best of times the work undertaken by healthcare workers is demanding and stressful. Add in a pandemic and the situation is amplified. This 60 minute expert panel session explores the wellbeing of healthcare workers, the personal and organisational factors which lead to vulnerability, and barriers to help-seeking. Experts also discuss the evi…
 
COVID-19 has caused significant challenges for many of us in Australia and around the world.In this episode of Being Well we spoke to four of our previous guests to see how they are travelling. We asked them how COVID impacted their life, how they are managing this impact and what they are looking forward to after restrictions ease?If you need addi…
 
This Expert Insights session will focuses on understanding and supporting youths throughout the COVID-19 era. We discuss some of the advantages and drawbacks of staying home for youths, and the differences in impact for adolescents and children. Finally, we explore some practical ways to support and maintain the wellbeing of youths and parentsPanel…
 
Dale Skinner has been a Lived Experience presenter with Black Dog Institute since the 17th of June 2011, the reason why he knows this exact date is because he has it tattooed on his arm. Dale talks about his experience living with Bipolar Disorder and why he is so passionate about mental health education in this episode of Being Well. Some of the t…
 
This podcast based on a recent webinar will provide an overview of the current research evidence regarding diet as a key determinant of and treatment target for mental health across the life stages, including a brief exploration of mechanisms of action. It will also provide clear guidance on the principles of improving mental health outcomes throug…
 
This Expert Insights session focusses on the longer term mental health effects of the bushfires. Trauma related to events like the bush fires experienced late 2019/early 2020 are real. Throughout this session, we discuss the elements of successful mental health support and recovery in the months and years after the bushfires. We also cover the late…
 
Paul Callaghan is a proud Worimi man from Port Stephens. He was the first person in his family to finish High School, and is now an author, PhD candidate and cultural consultant. On this episode of the podcast Paul shares his lived experience of depression, and discusses the importance of connection to Aboriginal culture and spirituality for his we…
 
This podcast based on a recent webinar will provide an overview of obsessive compulsive disorder, how the disorder presents, and how it is most effectively assessed and treated. Contemporary research on the efficacy of internet-delivered treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder is outlined and services that provide such treatment are discussed. …
 
Australia has recently been devastated by bushfires spanning across the country. Mental health professionals are on the front line, providing support to those effected.This podcast will provide an overview of what previous disasters have taught us about trauma reactions in children, adults, families and communities and what the evidence based and e…
 
Benvinda is a GP, who had a thriving practice in Sydney's Inner West for many years. Benvinda has experienced significant mental health difficulties throughout her career, and like many doctors turned to work during tough times.In this episode of Being Well, Benvinda talks about how she manages her mental health which allows her to continue to work…
 
Most people worry about their health at some point, but for 5% of Australians, anxiety about health can become debilitating. People with health anxiety experience disabling, often uncontrollable fears about getting sick or becoming sick.This podcast will help to explain when normal health concerns tip over to a serious mental health problem, and so…
 
Digital technology is fast emerging as the new frontier in healthcare, with major strides being made in the intervention and prevention of mental illness. This development has been used to improve accessibility to support for the client as well as mental health practitioner in their professional practice.This podcast explores the various ways that …
 
In recent years, there has been increasing interest in the role of social media on youth mental health. This Expert Insights panel explores the research evidence and practical realities of social media on youth emotional health and relationships as well as effective and healthy strategies for managing social media in everyday life for young people.…
 
Organisations often encounter the high risk of staff not returning after a period of mental illness, especially as the leave duration extends beyond 1-2mths. This podcast explores the protective factors and risk factors for returning to work that are relevant to organisations (especially HR) as well as what considerations need to be given to people…
 
This podcsat, based on a recent webinar will outline our current understanding of hoarding behaviour, the impact on mental health hoarding can have, and how health professionals can support people who hoard to make the changes they want to see in their lives.Hosted by: Dr Jan OrmanGuests: Dr Peter Baldwin, Simone Isemann & a Lived Experience repres…
 
A holistic approach that targets psychological, biological, social and lifestyle factors is best practice for management of mental health across the lifespan. This podcast based on a recent webinar explores how and when physical activity can be introduced to clients with complex and chronic mental health conditions. Learn from our panel of a genera…
 
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 a…
 
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…
 
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 …
 
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 c…
 
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