One Door Mental Health Symposium 2022
One Door Mental Health will be hosting our annual symposium during Schizophrenia Awareness Week (SAW) in 2022.
For many years, the One Door Symposium has been the perfect platform to launch SAW and bring together some of the leading researchers, advocates, industry leaders, and people we support to share the latest insights into mental health.
During the week, we will discuss topics such as alternative therapies, ensuring quality and safeguards for psychosocial services, research, and peer leadership.
Session 1 – Liverpool Catholic Club
Date – Monday 23rd May 2022
Address: 424/458 Hoxton Park Rd, Prestons NSW 2170
Room – The Conservatory
Duration – 10am – 4pm (Registration opens at 10:00)
- 11 AM - 11.45 AM - Social Housing and Mental Health: equity in access
- Karen Hooton, Senior Client Service Officer Specialist at the Department of Community and Justice
- Jennifer Jaschke, Senior Client Service Officer Specialist at the Department of Community and Justice
- 11.45 AM - 12.30 PM - Peer Facilitated Self-Management - what difference does it make?
- Dr Alyssa Milton, Psychologist and Research Fellow at The University of Sydney's Faculty of Medicine and Health
- Tayla Cassidy, Intensive Peer Worker at One Door Mental Health
- 1.15 PM - 2 PM - Finding North Network - Amplifying the voice of lived experience leadership
- Donna Didlick, Project Director at Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia
- Zoe Ka, Lived Experience Project Lead at Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia
- 2PM - 2.55 PM - Recovery through hope and purpose with quality supports
- Alan Hough, Director at Purpose at Work
- Ian Hoffman, Chairperson of the Consumer Advisory Council at Western Sydney Primary Health Network
- Meredith Coote, General Manager at Community Circles Australia
- Alex Carbonetti, Organisational Development Consultant
Session 2 - Parliament of NSW
Date – Wednesday 25th May 2022
Address - 6 Macquarie Street Sydney NSW 2000
Room – Stranger’s Room
Duration – 10am – 5pm (Registration opens at 10:00)
- 11 AM - 11.40 AM - Spotlight on Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
- Dr Jason Pace, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
- 11.40 PM - 12.20 PM - Relationship between developmental trauma, psychosis and treatment with neurofeedback
- A/Prof. Roger Gurr, Psychiatrist and Clinical Director of Headspace Early Psychosis,
- 12.20 - 1PM - Spotlight on Cariprazine – What it is and what does it treat?
- Prof Anthony Harris, Chairperson One Door Mental Health
- 1.40 PM - 2.20 PM - Mental health education for primary health care professionals
- o Dr Sarira El-Den, Senior Lecturer at University of Sydney and Peter Meyer Fund Recipient
- 2.20 PM - 3 PM - How do we support people using a trauma-informed approach?
- Corinne Henderson, Principal Policy Advisor at the Mental Health Coordinating Council
- 3 PM - 3.45 PM - How can we advocate to government - tangible strategies to assist the people we support
- Diane Wyatt, Tamworth and District Mental Health Support Group
- Tony Stevenson, CEO at Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia
- Carmel Tebbutt, CEO at the Mental Health Coordinating Council
Meeting ID: 721 517 0613
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Meeting ID: 721 517 0613