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Kate Hoppe/Manager, Marketing, Communications & Strategic Projects
2 mins read·November 23rd, 2022
Registrations are officially OPEN for the Mental Health Professionals’ Network 2023 national online conference!

The fully online conference will consider how the social determinants of our health; the places where we live, work, learn and play; have been irrevocably impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic and a range of extreme, climate-related weather events.

The Conference looks at how our collective and individual experiences over recent years have particularly affected metal health service providers and their clients.

Attendance is free for Australian mental health professionals, however places are limited.


More than just a series of online broadcasts, this Conference will celebrate interactivity, providing opportunities to collaborate directly with clinical and content experts, as well as structured and casual networking events with peers in your area of work, all over Australia. There’s also mindfulness sessions every day. You won’t want to miss this!

There are four activity types:

Think Tanks – Hear from esteemed experts and be challenged to think reflectively and deeply.

  • Hypothetical, what would you do?
  • The Nexus Between Climate Change and Mental Health Panel Discussion
  • The Great Debate

Collab Labs – Hands on opportunities to collaboratively discuss a case scenario and develop a mental health recovery plan with content experts. Fields of focus covered:

  • Social isolation and loneliness
  • Eating disorders
  • Family violence
  • LGBTIQA+ mental health
  • Perinatal mental health

Networking Hubs– Structured opportunities to network with presenters, engage with key organisations, and connect with each other.

Mindful Rooms – Stop, centre, and join with other delegates for live guided 30 minute mindfulness sessions, throughout the Conference.

For organisations

Want to promote this free professional development opportunity in your network? View the Stakeholder Communications Kit for everything you need to get started, or contact conference@mhpn.org.au.

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