Virtual Reality-Based Therapy: Can It Transform Interventions for Severe Mental Disorders in a Cost-Effective Mannger?

Online via Zoom

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22 December 2023

About the Webinar

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Date
22 December 2023
Time
4:00 pm -
8:00 pm

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Speakers

Lise Sandvig Mariegaard

Clinical Psychologist, VIRTU Research Group

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Gregor Henderson

eMHIC MC

Gregor Henderson, an Independent Consultant and Mental Health Adviser, works across the UK, Europe and internationally. Collaborating with various national, international organisations and Governments. With expertise in policy, strategy implementation and operational delivery, he also serves as a thought leader in digital mental health. Formerly the Director of Mental Health for Public Health England, Gregor led the organisation’s extensive programmes of work on public mental health. Gregor was also the founding director of Scotland’s internationally renowned National Program for Improving Mental Health and Wellbeing. Gregor is actively involved in various initiatives, serving on a variety of boards and forums, such as the eMental Health International Collaborative, UK Research and Innovation and as an active member of the Global Leadership Exchange. Gregor is also the chair of the Research Advisory Group for Place2Be, a children’s mental health charity. Gregor advocates for an integrated approach, combining policy, research, practice, and lived experiences to transform societal impact on mental health. Gregor is also a coach and mentor in mental health and shares his insights through writing and lecturing.