Advocating and supporting our
communities and professional peers
in multicultural mental health.
By strengthening cross-sector collaboration and addressing silos, the Australian Institute for Diversity in Mental Health (AIDMH) works across a range of areas which allows us to provide nuanced expertise around policies, issues and ideas that increase cultural humility and broader sectoral cultural responsiveness.
Public Awareness & Services
Access a comprehensive directory of multicultural mental health professionals, list of events and community programs and projects relevant to you.
Professionals & Peers
Join Solis, the professional and peer community arm of AIDMH. Solis is a community of practice dedicated to supporting the work and professional development of multicultural mental health practitioners and advocates.
Advisory & Consultancy
Engage with our Think Tank and advisory services to advance multicultural mental health and enhance cultural responsiveness within the mental health sector.
Research & Training
A central point providing information on the latest research and training in multicultural mental health across state-based and national platforms.
Meet The Think Tank
We can work with organisations in not-for-profit, corporate and government to provide deep insights and paths forward in advancing multicultural mental health.
Dr Judy Tang
With more than a decade of career and academic expertise in Clinical Neuropsychology, Judy is a Director and Clinical Neuropsychologist with Invictus Health, which provides neuropsychological assessments and brain well-being services. She provides neuropsychological services for medico-legal and community settings, workshops and seminars both to her professional peers and wider community, as well as advocacy in the areas of mental health and community care.
Among numerous organizations, she is a member of the Australian Association of Gerontology’s Victorian branch (AAG), a fellow of the Australian Psychological Society’s (APS) College of Clinical Neuropsychologists (CCN), and former National and State Convenor for the APS Psychology and Culture, and Psychology and Ageing Interest Groups, respectively.
She is also a Mental Health First Aid Instructor, and trained in mediation.
Niharika Hiremath is a South-Indian mental well-being practitioner and intersectionality advocate. A youth mental health advocate by lived experience, a social worker by study and a student of life – she tries to identify and bridge systemic gaps within the wellbeing sector. Niharika focuses on the mental wellbeing of refugee and migrant-background communities through exploring culture and identity, and their overlap with mental health across a number of facets including service delivery, clinical & quality governance and through driving organisational & systemic change. Niharika believes in the importance of narrative approaches, as well as the need for agency and self-determination, when working toward increased cultural humility, and a safer & more culturally responsive system.
And more through Solis
Check out Solis Culture x Mental Health to engage our cohort of experts, advocates, and professionals in multicultural mental health.