AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION Inc.
An incorporated non government, not for profit organisation.
- Provide knowledge about mental health to the public
- Provide mental health skills to interested citizens including patients, consumers and carers
- Educate and train professionals in mental health practices
- Advance knowledge and research in the field
- Advocate for improved mental health and mental health services
- Membership of the Association is for individuals and is free
- Benefits include discounts on education, training seminars and workshops
- Discounts on annual conferences
- Membership certificate valid for the calendar year
- Access to all peer and non peer reviewed “Books of Proceedings”
- International Mental Health Conference
- Australian Rural and Remote Mental Health Symposium
- Australian and New Zealand Addiction Conference
- Australian Eating Disorders and Obesity Conference
- No 2 Bullying Conference
- Stop Domestic Violence Conference
- Long-Term Unemployment Conference
The Conference Program will feature profound, positive presentations with best practice approaches for the prevention, treatment and management of Eating Disorders and Obesity issues of the current day. The Conference will create a unified voice attracting delegates from a wide range of backgrounds including clinical practitioners, mental health experts, public health administrators and academics to discuss and learn from each other. This helps the sector to adapt and work together to ensure an all-encompassing approach to improve the health benefits for those affected with obesity and eating disorders.
You will gain insights from engaging, knowledgeable experts offering practical solutions to inspire behavioural change using new tools and attend workshops hosted by optimistic, action orientated leaders in their field to bring about inspiring positive change.
What delegates thought of previous conferences?
This was the third time that I have presented… I remain impressed with the quality of my peer presenters and the connections I make.P. R. – University of Queensland.
The conference was fantastic – presentations were useful for our current work in Mental Health programs across the state. The workshops were excellent.J.I. - Life Without Barriers .