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Advances in treating anxiety and depression via the Internet

Format Seminar/Presentation
Presenters Associate Professor Nickolai Titov
Description Macquarie University's Centre for Emotional Health is providing a FREE public lecture on how we can improve access to treatment for people with anxiety disorders and depression by using the Internet.

Associate Professor Nickolai Titov will discuss advances in psychological treatment and the potential of internet-delivered psychological treatments to improve access to treatment. He will discuss the prevalence of anxiety and depression in our communities, the nature of Internet therapy, recent results, and outstanding questions.
About the presenter(s) Associate Professor Nickolai Titov has special interests in improving access to treatment for people with common emotional disorders. He leads a research team, the eCentreClinic, who are treating more than 1500 Australian adults via the Internet, in 2012. This research is timely given data indicating that many people with anxiety and depression experience difficulty accessing treatment.
Location NSW Metro, Australia
Venue Macquarie University
Building Y3A - T1 (Faculty of Arts), North Ryde, NSW 2109

Please contact the event organiser to confirm if this venue is wheelchair accessible
Start/End Date 12 Oct 2012
Time Doors open 5.30pm. Light refreshments served from 5.30pm. Event 6.00pm-7.00pm
Cost Free (registrations are essential)
Notes RSVP: Bookings are essential as places are limited. To register please visit Please register your attendance by 5pm, Monday 8 October (limited seating). Parking: Free parking from 5.30pm in Y1 and Y2 car parks. Permits will be issued to guests upon registering.
Organiser Macquarie University
Contact Name Rebecca Davison