International Mental Health Conference

A Leading Event for Mental Health Professionals

2022 International Mental Health Conference

 

Previously 18 – 20 October 2021, now postponed to Monday 31st January – Wednesday 2nd February 2022

 

RACV Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast

Unite with a Community Changing the Face of Mental Health

The International Mental Health Conference is designed for professionals, workers and volunteers to learn best practice, grow meaningful connections and implement real solutions to mental health care.

Join us in January 2022 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.

With three days of live keynote presentations, concurrent presentations, interactive exhibitor hall, practical workshops, networking functions, live-streaming opportunities, and so much more, this is one event you won’t want to miss.

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!

MONDAY 31ST JANUARY - WEDNESDAY 2ND FEBRUARY 2022

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