22nd International Mental Health Conference

Virtual Conference / Summit
Mental Health, Psychiatry & Psychology Healthcare

Date: 31 Jan to 02 Feb '22
Time: 9:30am to 1:00pm (GMT+10:00) Brisbane
Special Offer: Register with our unique code IE15 to receive a 15% discount on your registration!
CPD/CME/CEU: 10+ hours towards CPD points

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A Leading Event for  Mental Health Professionals


Unite with a Community Changing the Face of Mental Health

The International Mental Health Conference is going fully virtual for a 3 day online event, starting on the 31st of January and concluding on the 2nd of February.
 
The event will begin at 9:30am each day and conclude at 1:00pm, and with three days of live keynote presentations, concurrent  presentations, interactive online exhibitor hall, practical workshops, online networking functions, live-streaming opportunities and so much more, this is a virtual experience you don’t want to miss.
 
Interact with speakers and other virtual delegates. Ask the questions you want answered and pick up vital skills from expert professionals within the mental health sector.

The International Mental Health Conference is a long-standing event uniting Australian and international mental health professionals from all sectors to connect and collaborate. It has been designed for professionals, workers and volunteers to learn best practice, grow meaningful connections and implement real solutions to mental health care. 

Join us to collaborate with international mental health leaders, gain practical tools to improve care for your clients, and unite to advocate for equal mental health care for all individuals.

2022 Theme "Embracing Change: Next Steps in Delivering Industry Excellence & Integrated Care"

DISCOVER MORE ABOUT:

  • The social determinants of mental ill health including poverty, housing, homelessness, employment

  • The cost of mental ill-health and suicide

  • How to create a person-centred, outcome based and integrated mental health system 

  • Measuring wellbeing and implementing initiatives in schools and workplaces

  • Successful programs and initiatives in suicide prevention

  • Best practices in perinatal mental health

  • Innovative approaches, customisation, and adaption in e-health, artificial intelligence and virtual reality

  • The prevention and treatment of vicarious trauma

  • Plus so much more!


DON'T MISS HEARING THESE KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

  • Associate Professor Neil Thomas, Director, National eTherapy Centre, Centre for Mental Health, Swinburne University of Technology

  • Professor Kim Norris, School of Psychological Sciences, University of Tasmania

  • Ms Christine Morgan, Prime Minister's National Suicide Prevention Adviser and CEO, National Mental Health Commission

  • Ms Helen Bevan, Chief Transformational Officer, England National Health Service - Horizons

  • Ms Amanda Sibosado, Research Associate, Curtin School of Allied Health, Faculty of Health Sciences (Co-Presentation)

  • Ms Marleigh Zada, Youth Co-researcher, Our Journey, Our Story (Co-Presentation)

  • Ms Susan Moylan-Coombs, Founder and Director, The Gaimaragal Group (Opening Address)

  • Mr Hayden Wano, Chair, Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission New Zealand 

  • Ms Carrie Lumby, Lived Experience Advocate

Industry Events is in alliance with the ANZMHA International Mental Health Conference

Register here and be sure to use our unique discount code IE15 to save $65.83 on your virtual registrations and pay only $373.07 for your registration: Register Now — International Mental Health Conference (imhconference.com.au)

*Please note that these discounts only apply to new registrations. No refunds will be offered for existing registrations to get these offers

  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • GPs
  • Clinical Nurses
  • Counsellors
  • Social Workers
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Support Workers
  • Academics & Researchers
  • Speech Pathologists
  • Peer Workers
  • Program Managers
  • Program Coordinators
  • Government Workers
  • Aged Care Providers

  • Over 10 hours towards CPD points, AND
  • Your personalised certificate of attendance


  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • GPs
  • Clinical Nurses
  • Counsellors
  • Social Workers
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Support Workers
  • Academics & Researchers
  • Speech Pathologists
  • Peer Workers
  • Program Managers
  • Program Coordinators
  • Government Workers
  • Aged Care Providers

  • Over 10 hours towards CPD points, AND
  • Your personalised certificate of attendance


Associate Professor Neil Thomas

Director, National eTherapy Centre, Centre for Mental Health, Swinburne University of Technology

Keynote Speaker

Mr Hayden Wano

Chair, Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission New Zealand

Keynote Speaker

Ms Amanda Sibosado

Research Associate, Curtin School of Allied Health, Faculty of Health Sciences

Keynote Speaker

Ms Carrie Lumby

Lived Experience Advocate

Keynote Speaker

Ms Christine Morgan

Prime Minister's National Suicide Prevention Adviser and CEO, National Mental Health Commission

Keynote Speaker

Ms Helen Bevan

Chief Transformational Officer, England National Health Service - Horizons

Keynote Speaker

Ms Marleigh Zada

Youth Co-researcher, Our Journey, Our Story (Co-Presentation)

Keynote Speaker

Ms Susan Moylan-Coombs

Founder and Director, The Gaimaragal Group (Opening Address)

Keynote Speaker

Professor Kimberley Norris

School of Psychological Sciences, University of Tasmania

Keynote Speaker

Associate Professor Neil Thomas

Director, National eTherapy Centre, Centre for Mental Health, Swinburne University of Technology

Keynote Speaker

Mr Hayden Wano

Chair, Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission New Zealand

Keynote Speaker

Ms Amanda Sibosado

Research Associate, Curtin School of Allied Health, Faculty of Health Sciences

Keynote Speaker

Ms Carrie Lumby

Lived Experience Advocate

Keynote Speaker

Ms Christine Morgan

Prime Minister's National Suicide Prevention Adviser and CEO, National Mental Health Commission

Keynote Speaker

Ms Helen Bevan

Chief Transformational Officer, England National Health Service - Horizons

Keynote Speaker

Ms Marleigh Zada

Youth Co-researcher, Our Journey, Our Story (Co-Presentation)

Keynote Speaker

Ms Susan Moylan-Coombs

Founder and Director, The Gaimaragal Group (Opening Address)

Keynote Speaker

Professor Kimberley Norris

School of Psychological Sciences, University of Tasmania

Keynote Speaker

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