The majority of mental health problems arise in young people under 25 years of age. Youth mental health is a vital area to address in our community, not only to relieve suffering, but to prevent harmful consequences. This interactive session will explore key mental health problems that can emerge in young people. The nature of early psychosis, ADHD and Complex PTSD/Borderline Personality Disorder will be outlined, and case discussion will lead to greater understanding of how to distinguish these disorders. Participants will have the opportunity to share their experience and have their questions addressed
Ms Tayla Reynolds
Ms Ella Symonds
Mr Simeon Jones
Ms Pheobe Ellis
A/Prof Oliver Schubert
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