Upcoming events



MCG community forumLiving Well through the Higher School Certificate

with Dr Michael Carr-Gregg

Monday 22nd August

Newcastle City Hall, Concert Hall

290 King Street, Newcastle

Doors open 6:00pm for 6:30pm start

FREE community event presented by the Hunter Institute of Mental Health and supported by nib foundation.

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Senior students, teachers, parents and carers are invited to hear from one of Australia’s leading authorities on teenage behaviour and learn about studying smarter, dealing with stress and anxiety, how to keep things in perspective and live well during Year 12 and the Higher School Certificate.

This event will be relevant to Year 11 and 12 students and teachers, as well as parents, carers and others who support young people.

Dr Michael Carr-Gregg is one of Australia's highest profile psychologists. He is passionate about delivering national and international evidence-based workshops and seminars that make a difference to the health and wellbeing of young people.

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tech and young peopleUsing Technology to Support Youth Mental Health

A seminar for professionals working with young people. 

Tuesday 23rd August

Newcastle Museum, McIntyre Theatrette

Doors open 9:00am for a 9:30am start

Event to close at 12 noon

FREE professional development event presented by the Hunter Institute of Mental Health and supported by Priority Research Centre for Brain and Mental Health Research, University of Newcastle. 

Register NowUsing Technology to Support Youth Mental Health

Professionals working with young people are invited to attend a FREE professional development event, 'Using Technology to Support Youth Mental Health'.

Guest speakers include:

Dr Michael Carr-Gregg, Australia's leading child and adolescent psychologist

Dr Frances Kay-Lambkin, Priority Research Centre for Brain and Mental Health Research, University of Newcastle

Key areas discussed during the event include:

  • What does the latest research say about the mental health and wellbeing of young people?
  • How do young people use technology?
  • How can we use technology to support student wellbeing?
  • How can we use technology to help treat the high prevalence disorders?

This event will be relevant for people working in health, mental health, youth work, youth services, university and TAFE education and others who work with young people.

Download a promotional flyer for the event to share with your networks. 


For information on past events organised by the Hunter Institute of Mental Health, please click here.