Late last year, the Productivity Commission inquiry into mental health released their draft report of findings and recommendations so far. It is a huge report (over 1000 pages!) that covers immense ground, picking up on many of the flaws in the current mental health system.

I opted to provide a response to the draft report. I could have responded to many chapters, but focused my response on chapter 19 on workplace mental health, drawing on my professional and lived experience.

If you’d like to read my response, you can download it here:

Productivity Commission Inquiry into Mental Health – response Jan 2020