27th National Conference

23 - 24 August 2018 The Future of Mental Health at Work

 

Program

Thursday 23 August 2018 – Day 1

  • Conference Opening
    Oliver Brecht | President, Employee Assistance Professional Association of Australasia Inc. (EAPAA)
  • Navigating the evidence path for post traumatic mental health interventions
    Jane Nursey | Director Practitioner Support Service | Centenary of Anzac Centre Phoenix Australia | Centre for Posttraumatic Mental Health, Department of Psychiatry, University of Melbourne
  • ‘Man-up’ ABC TV Series | Man up and rewrite the man rules
    Gus Worland | ‘Man up’ series presenter and host of Triple M’s breakfast show blokefest – The Grill Team
  • The future of work and workplace
    Nathan Sri | MoM, BBA, BCom, Prosci, Director, Business Transformation & Change, JLL Corporate Solutions
  • Workplace of the future: Barriers and obstacles for the Indigenous community in the workplace, now and into the future
    Michael Combs | Founder and CEO, Career Trackers & Career Seekers
  • Privacy in practice
    Tim de Sousa | Senior Consultant, elevenM
  • Duty of care liabilities
    Andrew Rich | Employment & Industrial Law, Slater and Gordon Lawyers
  • Out of EAP and into Inpatient
    Jenny McGee | Clinical Manager, The Buttery Private

Friday 24 August 2018 – Day 2

  • Do we have a problem: What is crystal meth all about?
    Professor Gordian Fulde AO | Director of Emergency Medicine, St Vincent’s Hospital, Director at Sydney Hospital Emergency Department, Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of New South Wales and Notre Dame University
  • Sexual harassment: Empowering not victimising
    Natasha de Silva | Director, Major Projects and Partnerships, Australian Human Rights Commission
    Me too, Sexual harassment.
  • Domestic violence
    Sal Dennis | Domestic Violence Service Management
  • Research Project: Improved EAP access / use by men and reduction in male suicide
    Lynda R. Matthews | PhD, Associate Professor, Work and Health Research Team, Head of Discipline Rehabilitation Counselling, Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Sydney AND
    Jacky Gerald | NSW Manager, Acacia Connection
  • YES Vote: A personal journey and what’s ahead
    Christine Foster | Liberal Councillor, City of Sydney and YES advocate
    Christine will highlight the overall impact and about moving forward, following the YES vote.
  • Sexuality, gender, relationships and mental health
    Joe Lonn | Manager, Training Development and Coordination, ACON
  • Suicidality: Considerations for individuals and organisations
    Nicole Sadler | M.Psych(Clin), Director, Military and High Risk Organisations Phoenix Australia,

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Speakers

Royal Automobile Club, Sydney

Natasha de Silva

Director of International Engagement and Major Projects, Australian Human Rights Commission

Tim de Sousa

Senior consultant, elevenM

Christine Foster

Liberal Councillor, City of Sydney and YES advocate

Professor Gordian Fulde AO

Director of Emergency Medicine, St Vincent’s Hospital, Director at Sydney Hospital Emergency Department, Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of New South Wales and Notre Dame University.

Jacky Gerald MA

Psychotherapist, Counsellor and Supervisor, NSW Manager, Acacia Connection

Associate Professor Lynda Matthews

Rehabilitation Advisor, Veterans Affairs (since 2004) and Defence (since 2013), Australian Federal Government

Nicole Sadler

Director Military and High Risk Organisations, Centre for Posttraumatic Mental Health, Phoenix Australia

Nathan Sri

MoM, BBA, BCom, Prosci, Director, Business Transformation & Change, JLL Corporate Solutions

Gus Worland

Man up host and one third of Triple M’s breakfast show blokefest – The Grill Team.

ADDRESS

Chief Executive Officer, EAPAA
2/303 Penshurst Street, Willoughby 2068

CALL

Phone: 0477045559

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