Events

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic all MHYFVic public events were deferred in 2021.

The planned Workshop on Borderline Personality Disorder continues deferred.

However, in the expectation that control measures will have been sufficiently successful, plans are proceeding for the following events in 2022. Final details will be announced closer to the scheduled dates.

Deferred

Workshop – Borderline Personality Disorder

Details will be announced at a future date.
Details will be announced at a future date

Workshop – Helping Aboriginal Clients

Although services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients are best delivered by indigenous caseworkers, it is often necessary for this to be undertaken by non-indigenous workers. In such cases it is important for such workers to understand the cultural issues involved. The Workshop aims to assist workers in gaining such an understanding.
Live Video Recording Now Available

Winston Rickards Memorial Oration

Presented by Professor Frank Oberklaid, The Elephant Leaves the Room.
An increased (and belated) focus on policy and service reform in child mental health.
Location: 16th March, 2022 – Ian Potter Auditorium, Melbourne Brain Centre, University of Melbourne
Play Video
Closing date 30th June, 2022

Creswick Foundation Fellowships

Applications are invited for Creswick Foundation Fellowships to enable professionals in the fields of child development and mental health to undertake overseas study tours, or to enable funding of overseas experts to bring their expertise to Australia.
Wednesday 24th August, 2022 at 8.oopm

MHYFVic Annual General Meeting

Speaker: Harry Gelber
Hearing the voice of children: reflections from a child engagement project.
Location: To be confirmed
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