In each podcast episode, we will have guest speakers who will discuss various aspects of mental health including wellbeing tips plus how different healthcare providers such as the NHS, employers and insurers can best utilise digital mental health to support the needs of their clients.
EP07 Treating Complex Patients with Digital Therapy
In this podcast we speak with, Miriam Grover, a Principal Cognitive Psychotherapist for the Specialist Psychotherapy Service in East London Foundation Trust. Part of Miriam's role is development and innovations. Thinking about what's happening in the therapy world and seeing how these ideas can be brought to the population of City and Hackney.
EP06 Automated Support In Digital Interventions
Resilience is the capacity to face, overcome and be strengthened by challenges in our lives. It enables us to cope with stress and bounce back from crises. Episode 6 discusses the potential of automated support and opens up an interesting conversation about the scalability of supported wellbeing interventions. We speak with Jacinta Jardine, who is an Innovation Associate and helped with the design and content of the Resilience programme, and Angel Enrique, who is a Digital Health Scientist and conducted a recent pilot randomised controlled trial to assess the efficacy and acceptability of the internet-delivered intervention for resilience among college students.
EP05 World Mental Health Day 2020 Special
In light of World Mental Health Day, this multi-guest podcast episode features Dan Burningham, Mental Health Programme Director at City and Hackney CCG, Brendan Street, Professional Head of Emotional Wellbeing at Nuffield Health and Ben Jones, service user and soon-to-be psychotherapist who share their thoughts and perspectives on Mental Health for All.
EP04 Building a proactive wellbeing programme for remote employees
In this podcast episode, Rosie France, Health and Wellbeing Manager at Thrive Tribe and Workplace Health Facilitator at Thriving Workplaces, shares her experience of supporting workplaces in Norfolk with their health and wellbeing issues.
EP03 Digital mental health for young people
Anxiety problems are the most common mental health issue faced by young people. 1.3 million children experience mental health problems with just 300,000 gaining access to NHS services. This is set to be even higher following COVID-19 and the continuing uncertainty over many aspects of a young person’s life.
In this podcast episode Belinda McLelland a CAMHS Therapeutic Practitioner at Open Minds Partnership, a CAMHS service provided by Northpoint Wellbeing, shares her experience of using the digital therapy programme in their service.
EP02 Supporting Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace after COVID-19
Covid-19 has left an emotional mark on the workforce. There is no doubt that companies have a shared responsibility to create and maintain organisational wellbeing. In this podcast episode, Robin Lewis, Senior HR Director at Cigna International Markets, and Jorge Palacios, Digital Health Scientist at SilverCloud Health, share their expertise around supporting mental health and wellbeing in the workplace post COVID-19.