• Sydney Seminar with Pat Bracken and Derrick Silove

    Blog description: Join Pat Bracken and Derrick Silove at "Transcultural Mental Health: SURVIVING or THRIVING". This event is co-hosted with Transcultural Mental Health Centre and Richmond PRA. Register Online or Onsite.

  • Exceptional Contribution & Media Award winners announced.

    Blog description: TheMHS is pleased to announce the Exceptional Contribution Award winners and the Media Award winners for 2014.

  • Win tickets to TheMHS Conference 2014!

    Blog description: Are you doing great things in the consumer movement? NSW Consumer Advisory Group - Mental Health Inc. wants to send you to TheMHS Conference 2014!
    Applications close FRIDAY 27 JUNE.

  • Congratulations to Prof Alan Rosen AO

    Blog description: TheMHS would like to offer our congratulations to our very own Professor Alan Rosen. Professor Rosen has been made an Officer of the Order of Australia for distinguished service to medicine in the field of mental health as a psychiatrist and clinician, to national health service reform, and to professional organisations. Professor Rosen has been involved with TheMHS since 1991 as a founding committee member. He has presented at the TheMHS Conferences and Summer Forums on a wide variety of topics since its inception.

  • Applications are now closed for TheMHS Mental Health Awards

    Blog description: Good luck to everyone who submitted an application either for the Service Awards or for the Media Awards. The last day for applications for the TheMHS Mental Health Media Awards was Thursday 1 May 2014. We have received a variety of excellent submissions and look forward reviewing them!

  • Keynote Speaker: Welcome Melody Riefer

    Blog description: TheMHS is pleased to welcome Melody Riefer, MSW, Senior Associate and Director in Training at Pat Deegan, PhD & Associates as one of our 2014 Key Note Speakers.
    Melody has over 30 years experience in mental health services, having worked in in-patient settings and in psychosocial rehabilitation programs, and all sorts of advocacy work. All of Melody’s work in informed by and benefits from her personal journey of recovery from serious mental illness.

  • Registrations Now Open for TheMHS Conference 2014

    Blog description: Join us for the 24th Annual TheMHS Conference 2014 in the beautiful city of Perth. Registrations are now open.

    This year promises to be an engaging event not to be missed! Be part of the wide network of multi-disciplinary delegates from across Australia, New Zealand and the world to attend. The theme for 2014 is "What We Share Makes Us Strong" and we are dedicated to delivering an interactive, stimulating and creative environment for you to enjoy, participate, learn and share.

  • SF14 Session 6: Dr Cathy Kezelman – Recovery and wellbeing: trauma informed practice benefits us all

    Blog description: Dr Kezelman spoke with us about the importance of trauma-informed practice within healthcare services.

  • SF14 Session 7: Your trauma, my trauma: creating trauma-informed working environments

    Blog description: Corinne Henderson is a psychotherapist and a Senior Policy Advisor at MHCC. Corinne focuses primarily on policy and legislative reform; practice and sector innovation, centered particularly on human rights and the interface between mental health and the legislation and the promotion of Trauma Informed Care & Practice nationally. She also is a member of the NSW Mental Health Review Tribunal.

  • SF14 Session 8: Trauma and its effects on young people and those who care about them

    Blog description: Prof. Pat McGorry has contributed considerably to the field of trauma, psychosis, and youth mental health both nationally and internationally.

  • SF S9: Communities of Practice: strong teams, competent leaders and skilled clinicians

    Blog description: Nichole Sullivan discusses the role of "Communities of Practice" and their importance to mental health services

  • SF14 Session 10: Promoting mental health and wellbeing in the workplace

    Blog description: Dr Samuel Harvey is a Senior Lecturer in Workplace Mental Health at the School of Psychiatry, University of New South Wales (UNSW) and a Research Fellow at the Black Dog Institute. He is a psychiatrist, general practitioner and epidemiologist with a particular interest in the relationship between mental health and work.

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