Sponsorship and Exhibition

The Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association warmly invites your organisation to become a partner of the 16th International Mental Health Conference, being held at the QT Hotel, Surfers Paradise from Thursday, 13 August to Friday, 14 August 2015.  An optional half day of workshops will held on Wednesday, 12 August 2015.

Why should you Sponsor?
Conference sponsorship will provide the opportunity to network with sector professionals and raise your profile with both delegates and Association Members.  Your organisation will maintain a high profile before, during and following the event.  As an added benefit daily catering and the Cocktail Welcome Function will be served in the exhibition area, thus maximising your exposure to delegates. 

A wide range of sponsorship/partnership opportunities are available ranging from half page advertisements right through to Conference Partner status and its associated benefits and opportunities for organisations large and small.

Who will be attending?
Delegates and members come from Public & Private Health Services,  Nurses, Psychologists, Allied Health, Psychiatrists, Educational Institutions, Local/State/Governments, Non-government organisations, Commonwealth Government, Family Therapists, Emergency Room Personnel, Law Enforcement Personnel/Agencies and Educators from all across Australia, New Zealand and Internationally.

2015 Sponsors

ACU is one of the fastest growing universities in Australia, driven by new programs and increasing investment in research. Positioning itself as a leader in teaching and research, the Faculty of Health Sciences has a rigorous interdisciplinary and collaborative research environment enabling innovative research conducted in mental health from Allied Health and Nursing perspectives.
Bond University
One of Australia's most innovative of its kind; the Faculty of Society & Design is dedicated to applying the latest theory, research and sustainable practices to its programs. Including the areas of Architecture, Built Environments, Communication, Creative Media, Humanities, and Social Sciences our vision is to deliver students with an innovative, practical and supportive environment in which to study.
Neuropsychotherapy is a multidisciplinary perspective on mental wellbeing. The Neuropsychotherapy Institute provides you with a sound foundational understanding of the neurobiology of mental life and how that knowledge can inform psychotherapy and increase the effectiveness of your practice. Our courses are online video presentations with review questions at www.tnptinstitute.com

2015 Exhibitors

ACU is one of the fastest growing universities in Australia, driven by new programs and increasing investment in research. Positioning itself as a leader in teaching and research, the Faculty of Health Sciences has a rigorous interdisciplinary and collaborative research environment enabling innovative research conducted in mental health from Allied Health and Nursing perspectives.
The Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention (AISRAP) is at the forefront of national and international suicide research. The Institute is part of the Griffith University Health Group, and is a World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Research and Training in Suicide Prevention and the National Centre of Excellence in Suicide Prevention.
Black Dog Institute
Black Dog Institute is dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by depression, bipolar disorder and suicide. Combining expertise in clinical management with cutting edge research and evidence-based education and training, Black Dog rapidly translates quality research into life-saving clinical practice and public health policy.
cambridge press
Cambridge University Press is one of the largest academic and educational publishers in the world, publishing nearly 2,500 books and over 200 journals a year. Our vision is to be the most respected academic and educational publisher, providing authoritative learning and research at the highest international levels of excellence.

Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centres provide information about services available to support carers, such as respite care, counselling and carer support services. Centres can also help you to access respite care to give you a break from your caring role and can work with you to plan your future respite and other needs.

County Health SA

South Australia is transforming its healthcare system. For Mental Health Services this means we are focusing on providing recovery based consumer centred services and keeping people well at home.

SA Health offers diverse opportunities to achieve the best health for all South Australians.

Crisis Prevention Institute

The Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) is an international training organisation committed to best practices and offers specialised training that focuses on prevention and de-escalation of challenging behaviours. Through a variety of specialized offerings and innovative resources, CPI educates and empowers professionals to create safe and respectful work environments.


The Dementia Behaviour Management Advisory Services (DBMAS) is a nationwide network of services funded by the Australian Government. The program provides clinical support for people caring for someone with dementia who is demonstrating behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) which are impacting on their care.

For over 25 years EPIC Assist has been making a positive difference to the lives of people who are disadvantaged or marginalised. We are passionate about workplace diversity, creating disability confidence, removing barriers and assisting jobseekers and employers. EPIC Assist's services include disability employment, training and education, business services and preparation for the NDIS.
Governance Plus
GovernancePlus provides a range of practical options to improve patient safety and to meet mandatory accreditation requirements. Our risk assessment process "Are You Ready for Me?" tools and education are specifically designed to identify and support continuous improvement. Our processes enable organisations to systematically address gaps leading to sustainable improvement for patient safety.

HemoCue have been world leaders in point-of-care haematology devices for over 30 years, and our latest innovation will not only allow clozapine clinics to be managed more effectively, but for patients’ quality of life to be improved. Come and meet our friendly team for a demonstration.

mind Frame
The Australian Government's Mindframe National Media Initiative aims to encourage responsible, accurate and sensitive representation of mental illness and suicide in the media. Managed by the Hunter Institute of Mental Health activities include national leadership, resource development and national dissemination, and ongoing contribution to the evidence base in this area.
Set in the hinterland of Byron Bay, Nungkari is an integrative holistic residential treatment centre providing specialised support services for individuals suffering mental health issues, drug and alcohol addiction, eating disorders and co-dependency. Nungkari's experienced and highly qualified multidisciplinary team of practitioners is comprised of psychiatrists, psychologists, doctors, therapists and alternative health care workers.
Oz Help
The OzHelp Foundation's purpose is to prevent the suicide of working men in Australia by providing mental health support and training.
Gold Coast Partners in Recovery, an initiative of the Australian Government, seeks to address the systemic issues facing people with mental health concerns that are severe, persistent and require assistance from multiple agencies by working with the community and existing programs to improve coordination of supports, strengthen partnerships, promote community based recovery and inform system change.

PCMIS is the first web based case management system specifically designed for the management of mental health caseloads using evidence based research. Developed at the University of York in partnership with the Mental Health and Addiction Research Group. PCMIS uses clinically proven ground-breaking modelling to track clients and improve outcomes.

The e-Mental Health in Practice (eMHPrac) Project is funded by the Australian Government and aims to raise awareness and knowledge of e-Mental Health amongst health practitioners (GPs, Allied Health Professionals and service providers working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people), as well as provide free training and support in its use.
Wild Bamboo is a social enterprise with more than 10 years' experience in developing client management systems for community-based organisations in the mental health, addiction and disability sectors. We're about proving your worth – to your clients, your funders, and your team. Our core product, Recordbase, enables organisations to operate more efficiently and work smarter – giving them more time to care.

2015 Advertisers

Allen and Unwin
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Hobart Clinic      

2015 Supporters

Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH)
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) Mental Health is one of the busiest mental health services in Queensland and is a state-wide leader in clinical care, service models, teaching and research. To support the work at RBWH, donate here


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Sponsorship Opportunities

To receive a copy of the sponsorship prospectus, please complete the form on the sponsorship page. An email will be forwarded to you with download details.

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Delegates can get information on the destination, accommodation and obtaining an Australian Visa here

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