Past events

Webinar: Talking about mental illness - a young person’s insights

9 December 2016, 10am - 10:30am
Heading toward the holiday season, Black Dog Institute is offering 2 exclusive webinars for schools Australia wide. Black... more

Meet your Neighbour - Blacktown

8 December 20169:15am
WentWest (Western Sydney Primary Health Network), Blacktown City Council, LikeMind & the Mental Health Coordinating... more

Society for Mental Health Research 2016 Conference

7-9 Dec 2016
The Society for Mental Health Research (SMHR) 2016 Annual Conference is the principal research meeting for psychiatric and... more

CREMS National Colloquium

6 December 2016
By harnessing the power of modern technology we have the potential to overcome treatment barriers and facilitate widespread... more

Walking together: Creative ways of working with Aboriginal young people to promote social, emotional and psychological well-being

5-6 Dec 2016, 9am-4pm
An opportunity to experience for yourself creative techniquesfor working with Aboriginal young people, families and... more

MHCC - End of Year Key Issues Sector Briefing

2 December 20162:00pm
Mental Health Coordinating Council (MHCC) members and stakeholders are invited to this end of year sector event. Program:... more

Multicultural Wellness Festival

1 December 2016, 3pm - 8pm
Liverpool Migrant Resource Centre and Partners in Recovery South Western Sydney (PIRSWS) invite all to Liverpool’s first... more

Framing a Research Idea and Getting it Over the Line: A Practical Workshop

29 November 2016, 9am - 4:30pm
Do you have a great idea or burning research question?Do you want to develop your idea and make your workplace fall in love... more

Sad Blokes: Men Depression and Suicide Workshop - Bankstown

28 November 2016
Across most ethnic and age groupings men are over-represented in measures of poor mental health including suicide and... more

Wollongong Writers Festival: Mad Poetry Workshop

26 November 2016, 2pm - 5pm
‘Don’t be a fool – come and read some mad poetry, and write some of your own mental stuff’, is how Tim Heffernan introduces... more