Promotional Request to MHPN

Pre-Application Information

Our commitment to promoting collaboration and interdisciplinary practices in the primary mental health care sector extends to promoting events, training opportunities and resources of organisations that also support this goal. By filling out this form, you are applying to have your event, training or resource promoted in MHPN’s monthly eNewsletter, which is sent to our mailing list of mental health professionals.

Please note that MHPN can only consider requests that meet the following criteria. To be eligible, the event or resource must:

  • provide relevant information or professional development that supports the work of mental health professionals.
  • be an event, resource or training opportunity.
  • align with MHPN’s objective to support interdisciplinary collaboration in the primary and community mental health sector.

If we are able to accommodate your request, you will be informed via email.

Please also note:
  • Requests are granted at MHPN’s sole discretion.
  • MHPN cannot guarantee your promotion will be published.
  • Events, training and resources may be referred to MHPN Quality Assurance and Clinical Education Committee for assessment.
  • By publishing details about non-MHPN events, training or resources, MHPN in no way endorses the event, training or resource.


Please note MHPN do not have capacity to promote research studies, individual practitioners and practices, or resources and events for mental health service users.
Please note MHPN prioritise promotions for non-commercial enterprises.
In order to be considered, ensure your copy is targeted to mental health professionals and is 50-75 words. Please note MHPN may edit the provided copy.
Please note MHPN prioritise promoting low or no cost events, training and resources.
Suggested image for promotion(Required)
Accepted file types: jpg, jpeg, png, gif.
Additional suggested image for promotion (optional)
e.g. Alternative dimensions
Accepted file types: jpg, jpeg, png, gif.
e.g. The date that event registrations close.

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.