Workforce Support


APMHA provides its workforce with:

  • Templates, guidelines, resources, and recommendations to support staff working in current APMHA contracted services.
  • Support and software packages for mental health referrers to ensure PHN mental health pathways work seamlessly and effectively.
  • Regular sector updates (e.g. Medicare changes, COVID-19 and natural disaster response, program developments and future opportunities, etc.) to ensure important updates are brought to your attention.
  • Education/CPD/information webinars to increase the workforce capacity to meet the ever changing needs of our communities.
  • Affordable and accessible supervision services for clinicians needing clinical or peer supervision.
  • Locum services through private or employed arrangements to ensure your clients are supported if you suddenly are unable to work.
  • Access to a variety of funding streams


Targeted Support


COVID-19 Webinars

 APMHA is providing regular webinars to our workforce during COVID-19. More information below:

Webinar Group Information
The aim of these monthly webinars (4th Thursday) is to provide updated information, troubleshooting, and general support.

APMHA Clinicians are sent a link to this two days prior to each meeting.

For further information, please contact



We recognise the importance of supervision for professional development  and believe, with effective supervision, the process can be positively transformative for the supervisee, the client and, where relevant, the organisation. More information below:

Supervision Group Information

APMHA has a group of accessible and experienced clinicians that can provide quality mental health supervision, including clinical supervision and mentoring.

We offer collegial group supervision via webinar and can link you in with a supervisor.

If you would like to join one of these Supervision sessions, please email

Other APMHA HealthCare Resources

Other Helpful Websites

Mental Health in Australia: A Quick Guide

Mental Health in Multicultural Australia

NACCHO Aboriginal Community Support 

National Eating Disorders Collaboration 

The Victorian Centre of Excellence in Eating Disorders (CEED) is the state-wide program for those with eating disorders and their families. CEED offers a range of training opportunities for professionals.

Black Dog Institute provides health professional education in mental health.

BeyondBlue provides research, tools and resources to health professionals.

Headspace provides free accredited online modules for working with young people.

Network MindOUT supports the professional development of the mental health to support inclusive and accessible services to LGBTI people and communities.

BlueKnot provides resources, CPD and more for clinicians working with complex trauma.

MindSpot Clinic provides online assessment and treatment for adults with anxiety and depression.

Children of Parent’s with a Mental Illness – resources and CPD for health professionals.

E-Mental Health in Practice (eMHPracprovides a list of e-Mental Health services and activities for clients.

Head to Health find Australian mental health resources here.