The COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on our health, our social connectedness, economic and employment situations not to mention the challenges of working from home combined with home schooling. The pandemic has been particularly detrimental to the mental health of our most vulnerable groups, our young people.

During challenging times our mental health can be at risk. But what response is normal? How should we be feeling? What can we do to better support our own mental health and the mental health of those around us? What support is available when things get a bit much?

Join our webinar to hear more about how the impacts of COVID-19 are challenging everyone’s mental health and learn about interventions available to improve mental health outcomes across all demographics of our community.

Hear about the research in this space and have your questions answered by our panellists. On the panel will be IHMRI’s Professor Lorna Moxham, Dan Hunt from the Mental Health Movement (MHM), and ISLHD’s Clinical Psychologist, Billy Fogden.

This webinar will uncover what we actually mean by mental health, what causes mental illness and what we can do to support young people in our communities.

Steelers are committed to supporting the mental health of our community. IHMRI would like to thank Steelers for their support in delivering this webinar.

Register here
13 October 2021
12.30 pm – 1.30 pm
online viz Zoom

You can send through your questions for our panel to ihmri-communications@uow.edu.au