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Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources for interdisciplinary mental health practitioners


MHPN is committed to supporting interdisciplinary mental health practitioners with relevant and easy-to-access resources; and opportunities for CPD (continuous professional development).

We recognise that this has never been more important since the onset of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic which has closely followed the devastating bushfire season in Australia. 

To this end, we have compiled COVID-19 resources from MHPN, our members, partners and other trusted sources in one convenient location for your reference.
MHPN acknowledges that the pandemic will have long-terms effects on the psychological well-being of communities across Australia.

Therefore, we will continue to support interdisciplinary mental health practitioners with targeted tools and resources as they play a critical role in responding to emerging community needs.


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Upcoming and past webinars


  1. Coronavrius (COVID-19) information for Australians
  2. Coronavirus: psychologists offer advice for maintaining positive mental health
  3. Tips for coping with Coronavirus anxiety

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  • Emerging Minds Australia:
  1. Helping children cope with stress during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
  2. Supporting children during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

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