2019 National Indigenous Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Conference & 2019 Indigenous Stop Addictions, Drug & Alcohol Substance Misuse Conference.

September 25-27, 2019 | Hilton Hotel, Darwin, NT

For further information visit main website: https://www.icsconferences.org/home

To register complete form at: https://www.indigenoushealth.net/d-a-mh-suicide 

 

Following the successful staging of the 2019 National Indigenous Women's Conference: Empowering Change and the 10th National Indigenous Men's Conference: Black and Proud in Alice Springs, ICS had secured the participation of international First Nations keynote speakers from United States of America, New Zealand and Canada namely Clinical psychologist Dr. Joseph B. Stone, PhD, a member of Native American Blackfeet Tribe, OKKAN (Sundance) and Anasaki-pikuni ceremonialist and New Zealand’s First Nations health psychologist Dr. Amber Logan, a traditional Kahungunu Māori Wahine, New Zealand Health Psychologist and a Doctoral Fellow in Public Health at Otago University. Joining them is the author of Transformation Beyond Greed: Native Self Actualization paperback & Native American psychologist Dr. Sidney Brown and Dr. Christine J. Benally, a Research Scientist & Navajo Nation Epidemiologist from Shiprock, New Mexico USA who will be amongst the featured international keynote speakers for this year’s conferences.

Furthermore, we have great pleasure in announcing the high calibre of national First Nations keynote speakers and successful papers from grassroots Indigenous communities throughout Australia, namely Donna-Maree Elliott, Aboriginal Social Emotional Well-Being Worker with Neami National; Dr Joshua Druery of St George Hospital, NSW; Elizabeth (Anne) Russell, Founder & CEO of Russell Family Fetal Alcohol Disorders Association; Joe Coyte, CEO of The Glen, Central Coast NSW; Georgia Phillips & Kym Haynes, Founders & Directors of The Addictive World - A Global Recovery Movement; Iggy Tan, CEO and Happiness Coach, Rotary Matilda Bay; Dr Qusai Hussain, Clinical & Forensic Psychologist, Founder & CEO of Cyber Clinic; Brian Dowd, Owner/Founder of the Walkabout Barber; Chrissie Kelly, Qld State Manager at Family Drug Support Australia; Sarah Ludowici, Exercise Physiologist at the Sydney Local Health District; David Cole, Executive Director of the Balunu Foundation; Rebecca Shepherd, Project Officer, WNSW PHN Suicide Prevention Project & Bonnie Leighton, Lachlan Project Officer, WNSW PHN Suicide Prevention Team, Western Plains Regional Development; Mr Richard Henshaw, Health Promotion Officer, University of Queensland/Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service amongst many others.

Running two conferences in one location was only made possible by ICS’ versatility to offer ground-breaking double opportunities for delegates to attend two conferences with one registration. Australia has a wealth of talent in our Indigenous communities, striving to further enhance the quality of life and wellbeing nationwide. We do not have to re-invent the wheel to succeed which goes with the 2019 conferences’ philosophy of strength through interagency cooperation at local, state, national and even international levels. Hence, we encourage anyone interested in attending to register early as numbers are filling fast.

To register, please complete online registration form at this link: https://www.indigenoushealth.net/d-a-mh-suicide. For more details, please visit the event’s website: https://www.icsconferences.org/home or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.