Based on research and clinical work with almost 20,000 people, Professor Titov will explore the difference between healthy and unhealthy symptoms of stress, anxiety, and low mood, and when to get help.
You’ll learn three core principles of staying emotionally healthy, examples of common symptoms of anxiety and depression, as well as helpful strategies for staying well.
After listening, please leave a comment to share what tips or ideas you’re taking from this session. We’d love to hear what’s helpful for you!
About Professor Nick Titov, Clinical Psychologist
Professor Nick Titov is passionate about increasing access to mental health services. Nick is Co-Director of the eCentreClinic at Macquarie University. The eCentreClinic is a research unit that develops and evaluates internet-delivered treatments for common mental disorders. Nick has been involved in more than 60 clinical trials of internet-delivered treatments involving more than 6,000 people, with excellent outcomes.
Nick is also Project Director of the MindSpot Clinic, an Australian national digital mental health service that provides virtual assessment and treatment for adults with anxiety and depression. MindSpot employs a team of 50 people and since 2013, has provided services to more than 50,000 Australian adults, many of whom were not able to access traditional face-to-face mental health services.
Nick is also a Clinical Psychologist, he serves on the New South Wales Board of the Psychology Board of Australia, and he advises NGOs and Government about safe and effective use of digital mental health services. Nick has published more than 100 peer-reviewed articles in scientific journals. He has also received more than $30 million in research and project funding in the last 5 years.
You can access the MindSpot Clinic via: mindspot.org.au