Veteran & Military Mental Health Event Invitation

Phoenix Australia, Centenary of Anzac Centre invites you to attend a FREE educational and networking event

Veteran & Military Mental Health Special Interest Group
Wednesday 11 September 2019 1:00pm–5:00pm

Royal Automobile Club of Australia, 89 Macquarie Street, Sydney

This event will bring together practitioners with a special interest in the field of veteran and military mental health to hear about advances in brain stimulation therapy and other new and adjunctive treatment approaches in the field. There will be an opportunity for attendees to discuss their areas of interest with peers, establish new networks, and consider how the Anzac Centre can meet their needs.

Special guests and program

Professor Paul Fitzgerald - Advances in brain stimulation treatments

Scientia Professor Richard Bryant - Advances in adjunctive treatments for PTSD and other trauma-related mental health disorders

Also included in the program:

  • An overview of the Anzac Centre research and practitioner support service activities
  • Discipline-specific Special Interest Group meetings
  • A multidisciplinary panel of Special Interest Group representatives
  • Presentation of the Centenary of Anzac Centre 2019 Award for Excellence in Veteran Care to Dr Graeme Killer AO, former DVA Principal Medical Advisor

Afternoon tea will be provided, and you are invited to stay for canapés and drinks from 5-6pm.

Registrations: Places are limited. Register by Wednesday 28 August to guarantee your place -
Enquiries: Alex Howard, or 03 9035 5599.

About the Centenary of Anzac Centre
The Centenary of Anzac Centre comprises a Treatment Research Collaboration and a Practitioner Support Service, to ensure better treatments and improved lives for Australia’s veterans and military personnel and their families. It offers a free, nation-wide advice and consultation services. For free advice and information visit

The Centenary of Anzac Centre is an initiative of Phoenix Australia, supported by the Department of Veterans’ Affairs.

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