Thinking about the future today
The region’s most significant mental health event is returning to its inaugural location of Brisbane, having emerged over 22 years as a unique cross-cultural forum that attracts internationally recognised progressive thought leaders and delegates across a range of sectors, as well as people with lived experiences and their families, academics and policy makers.
Richmond Fellowship Queensland (RFQ) is hosting the conference under the auspices of the Richmond Fellowship Asia Pacific Forum and in partnership with the Queensland Mental Health Commission.
The AsPac Conference is designed to challenge our thinking through inclusive dialogue and debate as we discuss what works and develop hopeful and effective recovery solutions.
The conference theme is Recovered Futures: People, Practice, Partnership and Policy. It brings together the concepts of hope, empowerment and wellness to enable people to reclaim their lives and futures.
AsPac attracts some of the world’s most respected and progressive mental health thought leaders and influences real change through leading-edge thinking and collaboration.
Prospective delegates and presenters are encouraged take advantage of ‘super early-bird’ registrations, available until 30 June 2016.