Join mental health practitioners from across Australia to network, share knowledge and resources, and learn about mental health collaboration at the inaugural MHPN Online Conference: Working Better Together.
The Centenary of Anzac Centre will lead the ‘Mental Health and the Military Experience’ conference stream with an interdisciplinary panel discussion, including practical strategies for assessment, case formulation and treatment.
Jane Nursey, Director of the Centenary of Anzac Centre Practitioner Support Service, will lead a multi-disciplinary panel of experts in a discussion about a complex case presentation, showcasing the type of advice and support the Practitioner Support Service can offer to practitioners of all backgrounds who are working with veterans.
Hear from Nicole Sadler, psychologist and Head of Policy and Service Development at Phoenix Australia, as she guides a facilitated discussion about the military experience with qualified mental health clinicians with experience serving in the Australian Defence Force.
Finally, Professors Richard Bryant and Mark Creamer discuss the latest innovations in evidence based treatments. Join Mark and senior staff from the Centenary of Anzac Centre in a live discussion about how to translate and apply research evidence into practical and effective strategies in real world settings.
Participate in online activities scheduled over three weeks from 21 May to 6 June. Register for one, two or all three content streams: Mental Health and the Military Experience; Grief and Loss; and Trauma: The Impacts of Adverse Childhood Experiences. Register today at www.mhpnconference.org.au