Partner with MHPN

Since starting in 2010, MHPN has collaborated with like-minded organisations to strengthen and support the mental health workforce.

We invite you to get in touch if you’d like to discuss how your organisation might work together with MHPN.

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MHPN has collaborated with Profession Colleges and Associations, Universities, Government Departments, mental health organisations and PHNs to deliver professional development and networking opportunities to practitioners.

Our past partners include the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Department of Home Affairs, Project Air, NACCHO, the National Eating Disorders Collaboration, the National Mental Health Commission, the Royal Commission into Institutional Response to Child Sexual Abuse, the Australian BPD Foundation and Spectrum.

We are currently proud to be actively working with Emerging Minds, Phoenix Australia, Black Rainbow and Comcare.

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Strategic partnerships

The support of our Member and Partner organisations has allowed MHPN to continue to deliver an interdisciplinary message to an interdisciplinary audience that promotes and celebrates the principles and importance of interdisciplinary practice and collaborative care.

Our member organisations

Our partner organisations

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Webinar partnerships

Partnering with MHPN to produce and deliver webinars provides the opportunity to work with our team to create an online professional development activity of interest to an interdisciplinary practitioner audience.

We can work with you to develop and market a targeted professional development activity to the thousands of practitioners that have subscribed to be part of MHPN.

See the webinar library for the full range of topics covered, including who we are currently partnering with, and have in the past.

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MHPN partners with peak bodies to establish and sustain interdisciplinary networks where practitioners with a shared interest in a particular field of mental health come together to engage in professional development, networking and peer support. Similar to a community of practice, these groups often meet online and connect practitioners from right across Australia.

Get in touch if you would like to see how your organisation could partner with MHPN to support the mental health workforce be better equipped to respond to a range of mental health presentations.

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MHPN podcasts have recorded over 100,000 listens. If you have a message to share with mental health practitioners about mental wellbeing, interdisciplinary practice and collaborative care, get in touch with our team to see how we might work together to deliver that message more widely.

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Get in touch

The MHPN team would love to hear from you to discuss a potential partnership.

If you know what area you’d like to explore – networks, podcasts or webinars, please note that so the right person can get back to you.

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The Mental Health Professionals’ Network (MHPN) respectfully acknowledges the Wurundjeri and the Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin nation, the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land on which our office is situated. We also acknowledge Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.