MindOUT Webinars List

This series of webinars critically engages with topics related to understanding mental health and suicide prevention for LGBTI people.

In each webinar, the presenter will speak for 40 minutes on a topic pertinent to LGBTI mental health and suicide prevention, followed by a Q&A session.

If you would like to participate in the live webinars, please follow the link below to register. Webinar participants are able to watch the presenter through a videolink and ask questions via an instant message program.

Subscribe to Network MindOUT to register for live webinars

You can also watch recordings of webinars at any time. Just follow the link to the recording below. Please note, due to technical difficulties not all webinars were able to be recorded.

Date

Topic

Title

Presenter/s

Links

14/5/20

COVID-19

Affirmative practice during COVID-19 

Charlie Wilbridge, Amelia Arnold and Stevie Lane 

Watch

7/4/20

Peer support

25 years of lgbtq+ peer support and social connection

Riki and Matt

Watch

6/4/20

Cultural Diversity

Sydney Queer Muslims

Dr Siobhan Irving 

Watch

1/4/20

Bisexual

MindOUT Webinar: the impact of bisexual+ invisibility on mental health

Misty Farquhar

Watch

16/7/19

Resilience 

Building Resilience: Working and Belonging in the LGBTI Community

Jaini Shah and Sandra Norman

Watch

26/6/19

Cultural Diversity

Black and Brown Queers: Pushing back on the Whiteness of Multiculturalism 

Bobuq Sayed

Watch

15/4/19

Mental Illness and Suicide

Communicating about Mental Illness and Suicide in LGBTI Communities

Brydie Jameson

Watch

Slides

18/3/19

Suicide Prevention

Reflections from the Brisbane North PHN LGBTI Suicide Prevention Trial

Ged Farmer

Watch

19/2/19

Intersex

Building Intersex Peer Support

Cody Smith

Watch

Slides

22/11/18

Transgender

A Critical Development Approach to Working with Transgender and Non-Binary Young People

Damien Riggs

Watch

Slides

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18/9/18

Practice Skills

Affirmation in Action: A Conversation about LGBTIQ+Affirmative Practice

Chris Pye

Watch

17/7/18

Disability

Intersectional Identities: LGBTIQ people with Disabilities

Jax Jacki Brown

Watch

Slides

19/6/18

Inclusive Practice

Developing LGBTIQ Inclusive Practice within Mainstream Mental Health Service

Katie Larsen

Watch

Slides

15/4/18

CALD

Culturally and Linguistically Diverse LGBTI People

Dr Judy Tang 

Watch

Slides

20/3/18

GP Support

GPs Role in Supporting LGBTI Mental Health

Dr Ruth McNair

Watch

Slides

20/2/18

Mental Health

Introduction to LGBTI Mental Health

Sally Morris

Watch

Slides

21/11/17

Trans Young People

Barriers to Healthcare Experienced by Trans young People

Penelope Strauss

Watch

Slides

26/9/17

Self Injury

Nonsuicidal Self-Injury within LGB Communities

Madeline Wishart

Watch

Slides

Reference list

15/8/17

Young People

LGBTIQ+ Young People’s Mental Health Help Seeking and Digital Cultures

Paul Byron

Watch

Slides

20/6/17

Rural, Regional and Remote

Transgender People in the Northern Territory

Dr Stephen Kerry

Watch

Slides

28/3/17

Strategy Implementation

Online Panel Discussion: The Progression of LGBTI Populations within Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Strategy, Policy and Programmes

Atari Metcalf

Cristen Davies

Dr Jude Comfort

 

Watch

14/3/17

Suicide Prevention

An Australian First: Research Factors Related to Suicide Death in LGBT People: Implications for Practice

Dr Delaney Skerrett

Watch

Slides

7/3/17

Strategy Implementation

An Introduction to the LGBTI Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Strategy

Sally Morris & Ross Jacobs

Watch

Slides

14/2/17

Support Groups

Facilitating an Anxiety Support Group for LGBTI People

Owen O’Neil & Stephanie Hunt

Watch

Slides

24/1/17

Gatekeeper Training

Considerations when Providing Mental Health First Aid to an LGBTIQ Person

Dr Kathy Bond

Watch

Slides

6/12/16

Intersex

Intersex Human Rights: Addressing Harmful Practices and Rhetoric of Change

Morgan Carpenter

Watch

Slides

23/11/16

Intersex

Understanding Intersex

Bonnie Hart

Watch

Slides

8/11/16

Cultural Diversity

Mental Health and Suicide Prevention for LGBTIQ people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds

Dr Anthony Mordini

Watch

Slides

11/10/16

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Sexuality and Gender Diversity in Autism Spectrum Disorder

Rita George

Watch

Slides

20/9/16

Alcohol and Drugs

LGBTI People, Alcohol and Drugs and Mental Health

Jeremy Wiggins

Watch

Slides

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