Make Workplace Mental Health Your Business

Improve & Promote Workplace Mental Health and Wellbeing


Building a Culture of Wellbeing

Changing work environments, rising uncertainty, and increased social isolation are just some of the factors that contribute to mental ill health.

With 30% of Australians already reporting moderate to high levels of stress – and numbers expected to rise – workplaces have a responsibility to help flatten the curve.

Join us to get the latest tools and knowledge to improve mental health and wellbeing in your organisation.

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Maximising Workplace Mental Health & Wellbeing for Small to Large Enterprises; What Do They Really Need?

Apply to present at this year’s symposium, and share projects, developments, challenges and solutions on how to maximise mental health and wellbeing in every business.

This is the perfect opportunity for you to stand before an audience of like-minded professionals and take the next step as a leader in workplace wellbeing.

Keynote Speakers

Mr Andrew Barnes

Co-Founder, 4 Day Week Global

Dr Carlo Caponecchia

Senior Lecturer and Associate Dean Equity Diversity and Inclusion, Faculty of Science University New South Wales

Invited Speakers

Dr Erica Crome

Project Director, National Workplace Initiative, National Mental, Health Commission

A/Prof Samuel Harvey

Chief Psychiatrist, Head of Workplace Mental Health Research Program, Black Dog Institute

Anna Gowdridge

Director, 100% Human @ Work, Virgin Unite

Julie Abramson

Commissioner, Productivity Commission Inquiry into Mental Health

Kate Jenkins

Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Human Rights Commission

Ms Tania Domett

Director, Cogo Consulting

Honourable Mary Wooldridge

Director, Workplace Gender Equality Agency


The Cost of Workplace Mental Health

Poor mental health has a heavy impact on the working environment:

• Disability
• Lost productivity
• Stress and increased absenteeism
• Overtime to cover sick-day absences
• Increased attrition
• Recruitment
• Toxic culture

By attending the Workplace Mental Health Symposium you will discover the key challenges facing employee mental health and the changing work environment.

With a selection of case studies, research findings, lived experience speakers and networking opportunities, you’ll leave feeling empowered and inspired to influence positive change.

Absenteeism cost

$4.7 billion

Presenteeism cost

$6.1 billion

Compensation claims

$146 million



In less than 3 minutes you'll be closer to the knowledge you need to make an impact


Your registration comes with post-event access to all keynote and concurrent presentations


Create a workplace where all employees feel encouraged and empowered to prioritise their mental health

Event Health & Safety Measures


Find out what we’re doing to create a safe and healthy environment for all attendees to connect, learn and network at our 2021 Workplace Mental Health Symposium.

Download our COVID-Safe Plan here.

Registration Options

In-Person Attendee
3 Day Program
$899 + GST

(Early Bird)


  • All keynote presentations
  • All concurrent presentations
  • Discounted accommodation rates
  • Access to symposium app
  • 5 star symposium catering package
  • Access to exclusive networking functions
  • Complete online access to audio and visual presentations for 30 days post-event (provided 5 business days post-event)
  • Printed symposium materials
  • Over 10 hours towards CPD points
  • Your personalised certificate of attendance
  • Exposure for your organisation
  • Access to workshops
  • Plus, chances to win great prizes!

Please fill in your details to begin the registration process.

Virtual Attendee
2 Day Program
$299 + GST

(Early Bird)


  • All sessions in the main conference room on Monday and Tuesday live streamed via OnAir platform (note: virtual attendance does not include access on Wednesday)
  • Live Q&A opportunities for all keynote sessions
  • Access to all concurrent presentation recordings via digital library (provided 5 business days post-event)
  • Access to exhibitors via digital platform
  • Hours towards CPD points
  • Certificate of attendance

Options to extend access will also be made available after 30 days.


Please fill in your details to begin the registration process.

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