Joins us for the Grampians Mental Health Conference 2019 at the Mercure Ballarat Hotel & Convention Centre
The broad aim of the Grampians Mental Health Conference is to bring together mental health service providers and other generic organizations, primary care and general practitioners to inform, promote and educate on mental health service trends.
Lucy has deep experience in facilitating co-design approaches within health and social care, including alongside CALD communities and those living with multiple or complex disability. More info.
Nicole is Consultant psychologist, Adjunct Professor at the National Drug Research Institute and Director at 360Edge, a specialist consultancy for the alcohol and other drug sector. More info.
Ellen Jackson is a workplace and coaching psychologist who has worked with organisations and the corporate sector in Sydney, Melbourne and now regional Victoria for 22 years. Her goal is to help make the people part easier at work. More info.
Dr Lynne Coulson Barr is Victoria's first Mental Health Complaints Commissioner. Dr Coulson Barr has extensive experience in mental health, disability and dispute resolution More info.
Jules is an award winning Youth Advocate. For the past twenty years, she has worked in youth support, child protection, as a school counsellor and in private practice for young people and families in crisis. More info.
Madeline Fernbach is an established clinical psychologist with particular interests in life transitions, gender, sexual health, anxiety and trauma. More info.
Rose Cuff is the State-wide coordinator of the Families where a Parent has a Mental Illness (FaPMI) strategy. This strategy is an initiative of the Department of Health, Mental Health Drugs and Regions and The Bouverie Centre is the auspice organisation. More info.
Dr Harish Kalra is the Clinical Director / Perinatal Psychiatrist Social Outreach at St John of God Health Care in Ballarat. More info.
Jane Measday is the General Manager of Social Support at Ballarat Community Health. Ballarat Community Health provides a range of primary care and wellbeing services across the Central Highlands. Rick Corney was diagnosed with schizophrenia in 1998 and in 2014 entered the lived experience workforce with Wimmera Uniting Care.More info.
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The Grampians Mental Health Conference is open to all health professionals in the Mental Health, AOD and Welfare sectors, including:
Your organisation could be part of the Grampians Biennial Mental Health Conference through one of the sponsorship packages on offer.
The Grampians Mental Health Conference targets professional delegates from across Australia. People in the field of Nursing, Psychology, Social Work, Allied Health Professionals, General Practice, Education and Community Support are just some of the delegates who attend this event.