In observance of World Mental Health Day, join us for an illuminating panel discussion that unites leaders from Buddhist, Islamic, Indigenous, and Insight traditions. This remarkable event provides an exceptional platform to explore a multitude of viewpoints on mental health.
Gain a holistic insight into how varied contemplative traditions interpret mental health, and understand the significance of contemplative practices and spirituality in fostering emotional wellbeing. Immerse yourself in this captivating session, where experts converge to share their wisdom on bridging the gap between tradition and mental health.
There will be time for audience Q&A at the end of the discussion.
Attendees are encouraged to share any accessibility requirements they may have in the comment box, and we will make every effort to accommodate them; for any concerns, please email us at Contemplate-CSC@unimelb.edu.au.
Please note, this is an in-person event. We are looking forward to an engaging and insightful experience; however, we understand that unforeseen circumstances may arise, leading to changes in your plans. If you find that you’re no longer able to attend the event, we kindly ask that you inform us as soon as possible. This will not only help us manage our resources efficiently but also provide an opportunity for other interested participants to join in your place. Please email Contemplate-CSC@unimelb.edu.au to let us know.