20th Annual Mental Health Mini-Conference

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The Bouverie Centre logo Save the date to The Bouverie Centre's 20th Annual Mental Health Mini-Conference. The conference program promises to be a heady mix of celebration, stimulation and challenge as we explore "How are we really getting on? Relationships between consumers, families & practitioners in mental health".

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Date:
Tuesday 11 October 2022 09:30 am until Tuesday 11 October 2022 04:30 pm (Add to calendar)
Contact:
The Bouverie Centre
bouverie.training@latrobe.edu.au
Presented by:
The Bouverie Centre
Type of Event:
Conference; Public

The Bouverie Centre will celebrate its 20th Annual Mental Health Mini Conference with the theme, How are we really getting on? Relationships between consumers, families and service providers in mental health, where have they come from and where are they going?

The idea of the trialogue or three–way conversation between consumers, family members and service providers was developed based on a belief that enabling exchange between these three parties about important issues would improve relationships and lead to better outcomes for all.

This event will explore questions such as:

  • How well are consumers, families and practitioners working together?
  • Where and how are trialogic conversations already happening?
  • What are the key challenges we continue to confront?
  • How important is trialogue to the way we provide mental health services?
  • What insights could the trialogue process offer such as the lived experience workforce; co-design/co-production; Open Dialogue; Single Session; Family Consultation and the implementation of the Victorian Mental Health Royal Commission recommendations?

The 20th Annual Mental Health Mini Conference program promises to be a heady mix of celebration, stimulation and challenge with further details including our keynote speakers to be announced soon. Click to Save the Date! We will send you details of the event when they are finalised.

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Family members and carers supporting people with mental health concerns, mental health practitioners and managers, policy makers, and researchers working in the field.

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