As more mental health and wellbeing services and supports are delivered digitally, Gregor Henderson asks the sector what is being done to safeguard and support people at risk, in crisis or in distress online.
 
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The rise of digital mental health

 
Digital mental health services are growing in number and complexity. More services and supports are being delivered and commissioned online and the global pandemic has seen digital mental health services come more to the fore as both complements to and alternatives...

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