2020 CONFERENCE POSTPONED

Following the latest government announcement regarding COVID-19 and restricted event gatherings, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 Frontline Mental Health Conference.

Please know that our team is currently working with all stakeholders to secure new confirmed dates and venue for 2021 and we will notify you once this has been finalised.

We are also exploring online opportunities in the meantime to keep our community informed, engaged and up to date with the latest developments in mental health care for our first responders and frontline workers.

Our team will continue to keep you informed at every step and we thank you for your understanding and patience during this challenging time.

FROM STIGMA TO SOLUTIONS

A conference designed to create improved mental health care for frontline workers and first responders throughout training, service and retirement.

Learn techniques to care for yourself and your colleagues while gaining the tools you need to support and be supported through the transition into civilian life.

REAL EXPERIENCES, CHALLENGES & SOLUTIONS

Hear case studies, lived experience, research and insight from experienced professionals from various emergency service agencies.

SPONSORS

IMPROVING FRONTLINE MENTAL HEALTH

Gain tools, tips and techniques to support the mental health and wellbeing of our frontline workers.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

2019 SPEAKERS

Cr Jenny Hill, Mayor of Townsville

Air Chief Marshal Sir Angus Houston AK, AFC (Ret’d), Former Chief of the Australian Defence Force

Mr James Maskey, National Engagement Manager, Police and Emergency Services Program, Beyond Blue

Mr Allan Sparks CV, OAM,VA, Former NSW Deputy Mental Health Commissioner

Dr Madeline Romaniuk, Leader Veteran Mental  Health, Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation

Mr Andrew Coghlan, National Manager, Emergency Services, Australian Red Cross

Dr Jacqueline Drew, Senior Lecturer and Program Director (CCJ/IT), School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University

Mr Wally Mitchell, Canterbury District Operations Manager, St John Ambulance NZ

Mr Kevin Humphreys, Training and Checking Pilot, Queensland Government Air

Mr Matt Newlands, Inspirational speaker and mental health advocate for first responders and emergency services

IT’S TIME TO PUT YOURSELF FIRST

Find out how to seek help, manage your mental health and support colleagues in need.

By breaking the stigma in seeking help, you can create great change for yourself, your loved ones and fellow frontline workers.

2020 PRICING

Early Bird
SILVER REGISTRATION

$875

  • 2 Day Silver Delegate Registration

Early Bird
GOLD REGISTRATION

$925

  • 3 Day Gold Delegate Registration