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Session 4 - Pyschology: Digital Mothering and Relationships

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In this session, our guest Gini Harrison will be talking about the potential digital technology has to support health and wellbeing.

We will also be talking about the issue of perinatal anxiety, and how these type of eHealth technologies might be particularly helpful in terms of reaching new mothers who may not have the time (or inclination) to seek face-to-face help.

Gini previously helped to develop and evaluate an online evidence-based self-help tool to support people with mild-to-moderate stress, anxiety and depression in Australia called myCompass

Presentation time: 
Thursday, 3 May, 2018 - 11:15
With: 

Gini Harrison

Gini Harrison

Gini Harrison is a senior lecturer in Psychology at The Open University, specialising in applied cognition and mental health across two broad research areas: clinical psychology, and forensic and criminal justice work.

Lisa Lazard

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Dr Lisa Lazard is a senior lecturer in Psychology at The Open University. Her research broadly focuses on the psychology of gender and she has published on a wide range of issues including sexual harassment and violence, parenting and constructing identities.

Rose Capdevila

Rose Capdevila

Rose Capdevila joined The Open University in 2009 and is a senior lecturer and Director of Research in the School of Psychology. Rose co-chairs DE200 Investigating Psychology 2, the innovative Level 2 core psychology module.

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