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Webinars

MHPN’s interactive webinars feature case-based discussions and Q&A sessions led by top experts, modeling interdisciplinary practice and collaborative care.

About Webinars at MHPN

MHPN produces free-to-access professional development webinars featuring leading experts in a case-based discussion panel. Webinar participants are able to interact with panelists through Q&A sessions.

Participants can attend live by registering for an upcoming webinar. Alternatively, participants can watch past webinars on demand by accessing through the webinar library.

MHPN webinars may be eligible to count towards your CPD. Participants who attend a live broadcast will be issued a Statement of Attendance, and participants who watch webinar recordings are able to utilise a self-reporting CPD learning tool. Please contact your membership body for further information about CPD accreditation.

Upcoming Webinars

  • Webinar
23 Jul 2024 7:15pm · 75 mins
Start times by state
NSW, Vic, Tas, Qld & ACT: 7.15 pm • SA & NT: 6.45 pm • WA: 5.15 pm

Join this webinar to discuss the ways to improve how practitioners support people living with BPD to better manage feelings of rejection and fears of abandonment.
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Lived Experience, Vic
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Psychiatrist, Vic
Occupational Therapist, Qld

Facilitator

General Practitioner, Vic
  • Webinar
09 Sep 2024 7:15pm · 75 mins
Start times by state
NSW, Vic, Tas, Qld & ACT: 7.15 pm • SA & NT: 6.45 pm • WA: 5.15 pm

Join this webinar to discuss the ways practitioners can apply the principles and mitigate the practice challenges of mentalization-based therapy when supporting people living with BPD.
Psychiatrist, SA
Psychologist, Vic

Facilitator

General Practitioner, Vic
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