Mental Health Professionals’ Network (MHPN) gives practitioners the opportunity to participate in interdisciplinary programs: practitioner networks and our free online professional development webinars and podcasts.
Our new portal is now live. Access your networks, meetings, MHPN webinars, and more!
Our new podcast program is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and our website.
Our local networks connect practitioners across metropolitan, rural, regional and remote Australia.
Are you in a rural or remote area or do you have a specialty area? Online networks can help you connect with like-minded practitioners.
Establish a network in your local area with the support of MHPN.
Our webinars feature leading experts in their field and cover a wide range of topical mental health issues.
Did you miss a live webinar? All our webinars are available to watch and download from the MHPN webinar library.
Join our mailing list to stay up-to-date with the latest MHPN news, external opportunities and mental health events.
Supporting Australia's health workforce throughout COVID-19
MHPN acknowledge the critical role that all practitioners play in ensuring the health and wellbeing of communities across Australia. We will continue to support Australia's wider health workforce by providing practitioners with more safe, relevant and free opportunities for peer support, networking and professional development through our core interdisciplinary programs.
We encourage all our network members, coordinators, and participants to follow local, territory, state, and national directives regarding COVID-19 safe practices and guidelines or restrictions for non-essential gatherings.
Interested in getting involved with MHPN? A number of MHPN networks now meet online, find and join active networks now
Catching up on professional development? Catch up on your CPD by registering to MHPN's free webinar program today.
Want to learn from anywhere, at any time? Tune in to our inaugural podcast program to hear from experts on the topics and issues that matter to them.