About the Podcast Program

In August 2020, MHPN launched its inaugural podcast program 'MHPN Presents' with two pilot series - Transitions and Trauma and Resilience. Our podcasts feature local and international mental health experts in conversation on a variety of topics related to mental wellbeing, interdisciplinary practice, and collaborative care. 

Listen to all episodes via our website or stream them directly from Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

To find us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts, simply search "Mental Health Professionals' Network" and the series title, or click on the links below.  

In Conversation With...

This series will feature mental health
professionals, advocates, academics, 
clinicians or people with lived experience, 
engaging in ‘fire-side’ style conversations
with each other about topics of mutual
interest and expertise.

Eating Disorders: Beyond the Unknown

In this four-part series you will join Beth Shelton, psychologist and National Director of NEDC, and Belinda Caldwell, mother, carer and CEO of Eating Disorders Victoria, as they combine their insights and experience as service provider and carer to present a united and holistic approach to supporting people who are living with an eating disorder. 

Book Club
This series features conversations between two mental health practitioners as they reflect on a book or journal article of their choosing. Listen in as our hosts and their invited guests discuss the text and its key ideas that have inspired, challenged and moved them in their personal and professional approach to mental health.
MHPN Presents Transitions
This series explores transitions across the lifespan: what they are, how they affect our mental health and wellbeing, and what we can do, individually and collectively, to support each others' growth through life's many seasons. 
MHPN Presents Trauma and Resilience
This series explores trauma and its relationship with mental health, and also resilience - what it means, how it works, and how we can cultivate it in our lives.

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