INVITATION TO BE A BUSINESS PARTNER OF THE NO MORE HARM NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2019

The Australian & New Zealand Mental Health Association warmly invites your organisation to support our conference as a partner, sponsor and/or exhibitor.

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ENGAGE with local, state and federal government professionals, alongside clinical psychologists, CEOs, counsellors, supervisors, directors, directors of HR and training, policy directors, student affairs directors, principals, investigators, academics and researchers, authors, officers, managers, legal support, mental health nurses and more!

LEARN translatable skills on generic bullying and harassment strategies, as well as specialist insight into the two streams – corporate and workplace focus and education and schooling environment applications.

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NETWORK with industry practitioners, academics and specialists leading the nation with innovation strategies, research, clinical development that impacts individual, family, business practices and society.

PROMOTE & SHARE your products or services by mix of digital, print, face to face and visual representation.

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Receive information regarding partnering, sponsoring, exhibiting or advertising.

Contact

No More Harm National Conference
PO Box 29, Nerang, QLD 4211

Sam Collingridge
Business Partnerships Manager

Ph: 07 5502 2068
Email: partnerships@anzmh.asn.au
Web: www.nomoreharm.com.au

2019 Exhibitors

Healthe Care is a leading pan-Asian healthcare services group, and one of the largest private mental health providers in Australia. Our mental health facilities in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast provide evidence-based group therapy programs for employees suffering anxiety or psychological injury, from bullying or harassment in the workplace.

Australian & New Zealand Mental Health Association profile on partnerships page:
The Australian & New Zealand Mental Health Association Inc. is a non-government, not for profit organisation. The advisory board representatives have a wide background in mental health within Australia and New Zealand.

The role of the Association is to advance the field of mental health through the application of knowledge about mental health, from mental health education, training and research to mental health advocacy.