Technology and Student Mental Health Seminar
On June 18th, Mental Health Reform and the Union of Students of Ireland hosted an international seminar on Technology and Student Mental Health.
The event was held at Technological University Dublin, Grangegorman Campus, Dublin 7.
The seminar addressed the potential offered by technology-supported applications (eMental Health) in student mental health services and supports. Irish and international experts working in the area of eMental Health shared their knowledge and bring a better understanding of developments, possibilities and issues in this field.
The event was part of the eMEN project – funded by Interreg North West Europe and the HSE.
- eMental Health for Third Level Students-Overview by Kevin Cullen, WRC
- Online support as part of a stepped care model by Orlagh McLoughlin, Trinity Counselling
- Online student wellbeing and personal development support by Caroline Bowe & Helena Ahern, Dublin City University
- Confidence to be me, the Participate project by Éamonn Ó Dochartaigh, Technological University Dublin and Participate Education Services Teoranta
- Studies Without Worries by Charlotte van den Broucke, Pulso Europe
- Where are we now Reflecting on the positive and negative impacts of the online world for student mental health, Aisling O’Brien
- eMental Health, beyond state of the art & the Caring Universities project by Prof Heleen Riper, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
- eMental Health Interventions by Prof Jacques van Lankveld, Open University of the Netherlands
- Developments in eMental Health for students by Dr Derek Richards, SilverCloud Health and Trinity College Dublin
- DEEPdown, a personality exploration and self-development programme by Dr Conal Twomey, University College Dublin