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June 14, 2024
9am - 6pm
Rendezvous Hotel
148 The Esplanade
Scarborough, WA 6019
Men Talk AU

2024 WA Men's Wellbeing Conference

Men Talk Au is putting together its second Men's Health Conference, which will be held during Men's Health Week. 

Keynote speakers confirmed for the day-long event include Dr Bruce Robinson, from the Fathering Project, WA Australian of the Year Mechelle Turvey, whose son Cassius was assaulted coming home from school, and Chief Psychiatrist of WA Dr Nathan Gibson. 


Last year Mens Talk and Richmond Wellbeing were proud to present the inaugural WA Men’s Wellbeing Conference, hosted at the Rendezvous Hotel in Scarborough. We welcomed a diverse range of individual community members, groups, and organisations, all with the ambition to create discussion and understanding of better mental health outcomes for men. These included Government agencies, universities, service providers, academics, clinicians, sporting and community groups, and individuals, all passionate about listening and learning from professionals in the field.

To build on this success, join Mens Talk and Richmond Wellbeing once again on the pristine Scarborough foreshore for the second WA Men’s Wellbeing Conference. Join us on Friday, June 14 at the Hotel Rendezvous for a day dedicated to advancing the conversations on men's wellbeing. Once again, we aim to bring people together to collaborate in a solution-focused environment that encourages dialogue, learning, and the sharing of best practices.

Theme: Nurturing Men’s Mental Wellbeing

This year's conference aspires to bring people from a diverse range of disciplines and fields to elevate the discourse on men's mental health and overall wellbeing. We aim to address vital aspects such as emotional health, stress management, relationship dynamics, self-care practices, and how we can dismantle societal stigmas surrounding mental health in men.



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