We aim to improve interdisciplinary and collaborative mental health care practices

The Mental Health Professionals’ Network (MHPN) provides practitioners the opportunity to participate in our two interdisciplinary programs: MHPN practitioner networks and the National online professional development program.

Find and join a network

Our local networks connect practitioners across metropolitan, rural, regional and remote Australia.

Register for a webinar

Our webinars feature leading experts in their field and cover a wide range of topical mental health issues.

Watch Past Webinars

Did you miss a live MHPN webinar? All our webinars are available to watch and download from the webinar library.

Start a network

Establish a network in your local area with the support of MHPN.

Subscribe to our e-news

Keep up-to-date with the latest in MHPN news and mental health events. Subscribe to our Connect e-news mailing list.

Upcoming webinar

Telehealth: How to make it work

Facts and Figures

From July 1st 2017 to March 31st 2018, 10,483 practitioner attendances were recorded at 821 network meetings in 370 locations across the country.  Over 11,000 practitioners participated in an interdisciplinary professional development webinar. Based on 90% returned data.

Key achievements at March 2018.

  • 370 networks established and supported
  • 40% of networks in rural/remote regions
  • 159 special interest networks
  • 79 webinars produced (inclusive of partnership webinars & since start of webinar program)
  • 190,000 + downloads and views of webinar recordings (since start of webinar program)
  • 51, 113 participated in live webinars (since start of webinar program) 
  • View MHPN's Project Update.

Latest News

MHPN Project Testimonial

"The AASW is enthusiastic about the significant contribution social workers make to their local MHPN networks."
Glenys Wilkinson, CEO Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW)

"Networks are professionally supportive and provide an opportunity to inform other clinicians of the perspectives and practices that psychologists can bring to patient care"
Professor Lyn Littlefield, Executive Director OAM, APS

Mental Health Professionals’ Network

1800 209 031

(03) 9639 8936

67 131 543 229
Postal address
PO Box 203
Flinders Lane
VIC 8009

Physical address

Emirates House
Level 6, 257 Collins Street,
Melbourne, Victoria

Member organisations

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists Australian Psychological Society the Australian College of Mental Health Nurses

Partner organisations

Occupational Therapy Australia Ltd Australian Association of Social Workers ACRRM - Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine